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Experts on Women’s Issues

Lissa Balison, Counselor. Mental Health Counseling
(920) 465-2380. balisonl@uwgb.edu .

Kristine Coulter, Assistant Professor of Democracy & Justice Studies, Pre-Law Advisor. Public law, Law and Courts, United States Supreme Court
(920) 465-2061. coulterk@uwgb.edu.

Jennifer Young, Assistant Professor of English, Director of Composition. Critical Discourse Analysis, Rhetoric and Composition, American High School Culture, Metaphor Analysis
(330) 241-7096. youngj@uwgb.edu.

Gender:

Stacie Christian, Director of Inclusive Excellence & Pride Center, Associate Lecturer of Human Development. Health Psychology; Gender Issues; LGBTQ Issues
(920) 465-2167. christis@uwgb.edu .

Alison Staudinger, Assistant Professor of Democracy & Justice Studies, Women's & Gender Studies and Political Science. Gender and the Law; LGBTQ+ Issues; Reproductive Rights; Citizenship; Racial Inequality; Democratic Theory and Practice; Civic Engagement; Work/Labor; Constitutional Law and Politics
(920) 465-2443. staudina@uwgb.edu.

Women in the Performing Arts:

Kaoime Malloy, Professor of Theatre & Dance. Makeup; Special Effects; Japanese Art and Culture; Irish Art and Culture; Art Appreciation; Photoshop and Digital Painting; Buddhism and Shintoism; Pagan Studies; Massage Therapy; Medical Herbalism; Traditional Chinese Medicine
(920) 465-2193. malloyk@uwgb.edu.

Sarah Meredith, Professor. Women in the Performing Arts; Classical/Opera/Music Theater; Genres of Singing; Voice Health Care; Healing Power of Music; Diction for Singers in French, German, Italian, Czech; Topics related to Czech Republic and Slovakia, Italy, Brazil
(920) 465-2637. meredits@uwgb.edu.

Kelli Strickland, Executive and Artistic Director of the Weidner Center for Performing Arts. Arts and Culture Leadership, Arts and Nonprofit Management, Strategic Planning, Women and Leadership, Community Engagement
(920) 465-5108. stricklk@uwgb.edu.

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