Womxn of color in higher education hold dual marginalized identities. In student affairs, they are called to for leadership, nurturing, and various other responsibilities. They are also expected to perform and present at higher standards in comparison to their white and male colleagues. When this is not achieved, they experience hyper-critique in upholding the image of super womxnhood that negatively impact them. Presenters will dispel the super womxn myth by providing tools addressing the oppression that womxn of color face.
Carolina Dávila, M.S.Ed., She/Her/Hers/Ella, Yale University
Shaun R. Simon, M.Ed., She/Her/Hers, East Carolina University
LeAnna Rice, M.S., She/Her/Hers, Queens University of Charlotte