Advancing women’s leadership education and development opportunities are of utmost importance. Providing inspiring, transformational, and meaningful connections across backgrounds, academic disciplines, and leadership experiences can be incredibly beneficial to the student experience, while also incredibly rewarding.

Virginia Tech has grand possibilities to advance women’s leadership by gathering, engaging, connecting, inspiring, and celebrating students, university administrators/staff/faculty, university community, alumni, and friends of the community through various potential experience elements (advisory council membership, serving as a mentor, course offerings, lecture series participation, etc.).  Opportunities offered by I WILL would provide the university community (and beyond) continued mentorship and leadership for women in the spirit of Ut Prosim.

IWILL Council Member Roles and Responsibilities (PDF)

I WILL Council Membership

Constance Cedras

Carolyn Culicerto Corsi

Jane Dunn

Ellen Fish

Kim Forbes

Mary Beth Keenan

Holly Means

Carole Pratt

Kimberly Davis-Riffe

Lachelle Waller

The I WILL Council is supported by university representatives from a variety of areas. The individuals are:
Debbie Day, Heather Evans, Hunter Gresham, Lee Hawthorne, Patty Perillo, Laura Sands, and Penny White