We The Women
Springfield Technical Community College (STCC) celebrates achievements by women leaders with a virtual tea series called “We the Women.”
Featuring local speakers, We the Women discusses women’s careers, accomplishments, and the barriers they face. Viewers are encouraged to enjoy a cup of tea while watching the presentations.
|Dr. Estela R. López||Celebrating Hispanic/Latinx History Month, we welcome Dr. Estela R. López||October 8, 12:15 p.m.||Register|
|Louisa Davis-Freeman||Louisa Davis-Freeman is the Dean of Admissions at STCC.||March 31, 2021||YouTube|
|Women in Law Enforcement||Carolyn McClendon is a Correctional Warden with the CT Department of Correction. Christina Obert is an Officer with the MA Parole Board. The Honorable Danielle Williams serves on the Westfield District Court.||March 24, 2021||YouTube|
|Jasmine Naylor||Spending Strategist, Wealth Expert, Life Coach, Business Mentor||March 17, 2021||YouTube|
|Denise R. Jordan||Denise R. Jordan is the Executive Director of the Springfield Housing Authority||March 3,
|Dr. Kiyota Garcia
Lakisha Coppedge ’97
|All in different capacities and from different backgrounds, these women share a passion for creating opportunities for STCC students.||November 19, 2020||YouTube|
|Talia Gee||Talia Gee is the Chief Diversity and Inclusion Officer for the City of Springfield.||on-demand||YouTube|
|Lydia Martinez||Lydia Martinez is the Assistant Superintendent of Springfield Public Schools.||on-demand||YouTube|
|Karla Medina||Karla Medina is an entrepreneur who owns a fitness studio who holds many local and national press, book, and video credits.||on-demand||YouTube|
This series is a collaboration between the STCC offices of Community Engagement and Multicultural Affairs.