Women’s Commission 2014 Award Recipients

Women’s Commission 2014 Award Recipients

Monday, March 31, 2014
Women's Commission awardees

On March 27, the Women’s Commission celebrated 42 years of advocacy for policy change and programming that invites the full participation of women in education and employment at UNH. Awardees are (bottom, left to right) Ewan Seabrook, Jessica Fish, Kenna Smith, Sarah Daigle, (top) Dawn Zitney representing the Health Services program Being Fierce and Fabulous, Katie Edwards and Kathleen Grace-Bishop representing Being Fierce and Fabulous.

Members of the UNH community were recognized recently by the President’s Commission on the Status of Women for their leadership, advocacy and scholarship in the support of women’s growth to full potential. 

This year’s recipients include Ewan Seabrook, assistant head soccer coach and mentor in violence prevention; Jessica Fish, coordinator of race and ethnic studies and advocate for equity and inclusion; Kenna Smith, senior, social work major and SHARPP outreach assistant; Sarah Daigle, senior, business marketing major and founder and president of the Paul College’s Women in Business Club; Dawn Zitney, communications and information coordinator at Health Services, co-founder/creator and co-facilitator of Being Fierce and Fabulous, a women’s empowerment group at Health Services; Katie Edwards, assistant professor of psychology, faculty member in the women’s studies program and coordinator of prevention and evaluation for prevention innovations; Kathleen Grace-Bishop, director of education and promotion at Health Services, and co-facilitator of Being Fierce and Fabulous, a women’s empowerment group at Health Services.

The commission is celebrating 42 years of advocacy for policy change and programming that invites the full participation of women in education and employment at UNH.