• Who We Are 

    The 2018-2019 Women's Resource Center staff is available to help with a variety of questions, concerns, and/or ideas. You can email us at the general wrc@hamline.edu email or reach out to us individually. 

    Faculty Director
    Jen England

    Pronouns: she, her, hers 
    Email: jengland02@hamline.edu 

    Jen 
    is an Assistant Professor in the English Department and a trained advocate with Sexual Violence Services (SOS) of Ramsey County. She teaches and researches professional writing, digital media, and feminist community practices. Jen is excited to work with the WRC on a range of feminist social justice issues, particularly those related to media and technology.  

     

    Graduate Assistant
    Jackie Liu

    Pronouns: she, her, hers 
    Email: jliu05@hamline.edu 

    Jackie is a doctoral student majoring in Human Resource Development at the University of MinnesotaShe researches women's leadership development and cross-cultural leadership, and she has prior experience working in a women's center. Jackie looks forward to combining her education, research, professional experience, and creativity to develop the WRC's programs and services and to support the self-actualization and well-being of everyone at Hamline.  

    Student Workers
    Maddie Clark

    Pronouns: she, her, hers
    Email: mclark13@hamline.edu

    Maddie is a senior majoring in Communication Studies. She is passionate about women's rights, pop culture, and how we educate and nurture future leaders. She is the founder of Hamline's Feminist Liberation and Intersectionality Coalition (FLIC) and works for New Student Programs. Maddie looks forward to bringing more awareness to the WRC and holding fun events to raise awareness of issues most pertinent to women and their allies. 

    Ruweida Sheikh-Mohamed

     

    Pronouns: she, her, hers
    Email: rsheikhmohamed01@hamline.edu

    Interns
    Franki Hanke

    Pronouns: she, her, hers
    Email: fhanke01@hamline.edu

    Naomi Meyer

    Email: nmeyer08@hamline.edu

    Robert Northrup

    Pronouns: he, him, his
    Email: rnorthrup01@hamline.edu

    Robert is a senior double-majoring in Sociology and Social Justice. His main academic interest is how experiences create connections and understanding, and he hopes to pursue social justice work that explores this idea. Robert looks forward to working with the WRC to create engaging, critical, and useful programming. Robert was the WRC's Programming and Development intern in Fall 2018.

    Quyana Robinson

    Email: qrobinson01@hamline.edu

    Staff Volunteers
    Halima Ahmed

    Pronouns: she, her, hers
    Email: hahmed09@hamline.edu

    Halima is a social justice major focusing on global human rights and their impact on women. She is a transfer student and was involved in her previous school’s Feminists Organizing Change club. Halima looks forward to working with the WRC and the Hamline community to spread awareness about the issues that women face and how these affect our world.

    Leanne Byman

    Pronouns: she, her, hers 

    Email: lbyman01@hamline.edu

    Sara Cannella

    Pronouns:she, her, hers
    Email: scannella02@hamline.edu

    Sydney Holets

    Pronouns: she, her, hers
    Email: sholets01@hamline.edu

    Sydney is a junior majoring in Creative Writing. On campus, she is involved with yoga, meditation, and the Broke Starving Writers Club and hopes to become an editor for a campus magazine or journal. Sydney is excited to work with the team at the WRC to create awareness both on campus and in the community about women's issues and empowerment.

    Chloé McElmury

    Pronouns: she, her, hers
    Email: cmcelmury01@hamline.edu

    Chloé is a senior double-majoring in Digital Media Arts and Professional Writing and minoring in Management. She writes for The Oracle and Canvas Magazine, where she also serves as editor in chief. Chloé is excited to help the WRC create a brand identity and design meaningful, important materials, especially regarding issues of mental health, cancer, and abusive relationships. Chloé was the WRC's Communications and Outreach intern in Fall 2018.