Women’s History Month Events

Celebrate Girl Power during March 2022. Programming to be announced soon.

March 2021 Programs

Gabriela Garcia Medina, Poet

Wednesday, March 3 @ 12:30pm-1:30pm

Gabriela Garcia Medina is a poet/spoken word artist who utilizes the mediums of Film, Poetry, Spoken Word, Theater, and Performance Art to address issues of identity and social injustice (often through the use of humor, comedy and lightheartedness). Gabriela is a 2016 Hedgebrook Screenwriting Fellow, a Poet Laureate Nominee for the City of Los Angeles (2013).

Karen Chase

Monday, March 15 @ 9:30am-10:30am

Karen Chase is an independent, award-winning author and photographer, and a Daughter of the American Revolution with the Commonwealth Chapter in Virginia. Her program will look at historical research beyond the archives, including: 1) Practical tools for discovering sensory details for characters, places, and historical events, 2) Preparing and budgeting to travel for research, and 3) Best practices for working with historic locations, reenactors, historians, and enthusiasts.

Wrap up our Spring Author Series with Karen Chase!

Virtual Concert Series featuring Julianna Sabo

Wednesday, March 17 @ 12:30pm-1:30pm

Julie is the TRIO Writing Specialist at LFCC and a professional flutist. She has performed in professional orchestras, international tours, and on movie soundtracks. She loves to share music with everyone. Look for her pop-up performances on the walking mall in downtown Winchester!

Women in Leadership Panels

Wednesday, March 17 @ 3:30pm-4:30pm
Wednesday, March 31 @ 3:30pm-4:30pm

A two-part Women in Leadership Panel celebrating Women’s History Month this year. This panel featured LFCC women in administrative roles, including:

  • Kim Blosser, President
  • Jeanian Clark, Vice President of WSCE
  • Anne Davis, Vice President of Academic & Student Affairs
  • Mia Dezura, Dean of Enrollment Services & Title IX Coordinator
  • JoAnn Ellwood, Associate Vice President of Human Resources
  • Amber Foltz, Dean of Students
  • Caroline Wood, Associate Vice President, Student Services and Academic Support
  • Michelle Cummins, Financial Aid Advisor
  • Lisa Currie, ESL and International Student Advisor
  • Stacey Ellis, Associate Professor, Health, Physical Education and Recreation
  • Tajmarie Rowe, Academic Advisor
  • Kristina Simpson, Director of Health Professions
  • Naomi Simpson, Associate Professor, Communication Studies

Lauren Hope Krass, Comedian 

Tuesday, March 23 @ 1pm-2pm

Comedian and writer Lauren Hope Krass got her start in comedy in the beautiful city of Charleston, South Carolina. Her material ranges from the ridiculous to the brutally honest. Her honest yet powerful self-deprecating humor combined with a dash of charm creates a unique perspective relevant to any audience.