Examining the Evolution of Women at Brown

Where have we been and where are we going?

Join generations of Brunonian women for an all-alumnae community-building event. We will explore the evolving role of women at Brown through interactive, dynamic discussion to deepen the understanding of our shared and varied experiences from Brown and beyond.

Special Welcome by President Christina H. Paxson


with featured speaker Felicia Salinas-Moniz AM '06 PhD'13 director of the Sarah Doyle Center for Women and Gender


Wednesday, March 16th, 3:00-4:00 Pacific Time

Register Now at: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/examining-the-evolution-of-women-at-brown-tickets-266364953747


Join us for the largest virtual gathering of Brown women in 130 years!

Presented by the Brown Women’s Network and co-sponsored by The Sarah Doyle Center for Women and Gender and the Pembroke Center.


You will receive a Zoom link after registering.

Please email womensnetwork@brown.edu with questions or to request accommodations or assistance for this virtual event.



The Brown Women’s Network

The Brown Women’s Network is proudly sponsored by the Women’s Leadership Council. This network aims to keep the 40,000+ member Brown alumnae, student, and staff community engaged with the University and each other through a variety of programming.

It is open to all members of the University community who identify as cis or trans women, as well as non-binary people who are comfortable in spaces that center on the experiences of women.

Celebrating 130 Years of Women at Brown

This year, the Brown Women’s Network honors the past, present, and future of the women of Brown and reflects on the journeys of members of this diverse community.

In a series of special events to be held throughout the 2021-22 academic year, the Brown Women’s Network is paying tribute to the generations of inspiring Brunonian women who have driven societal change and made a difference in the world.

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