Luncheon
Keynote Speaker
News Releases
Past Winners
Photos


March 5, 2008
11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.
DC Center
11830 Stonegate Circle

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Past Recipients

 

2007 Winners

2007 WOMEN OF COLOR HONOREES. Recipients of the UNO Women of Color (WOC) Awards were honored at the fifth annual luncheon March 7 at DC Centre. Pictured (from left to right) are Cynthia R. Swoopes, Business/Entrepreneurship Award recipient; Dr. Huiling Pang, Science and Technology Award recipient; Francesca Hannah, Youth Leadership Award recipient; Maria Valentin, Community Service Award recipient; Cristina Fernandez, Education Award recipient and Llana Smith, Arts and Humanities Award recipient.



2006 winners

2006 WINNERS. Recipients of the UNO Women of Color (WOC) Awards were announced during the third annual luncheon March 1, 2006, at UNO. Pictured with Chancellor Nancy Belck (from left to right), are Debra Paris, Education Award recipient; Georgiana Lee, Youth Leadership Award recipient; Dr. Oluwatoyin Asojo, Science and Technology Award recipient; Belck; Athena Ramos, Community Service Award recipient; Geraldine Tyrance, Arts and Humanities Award recipient; Terrie Jackson Miller, Business/Entrepreneurship recipient.



2005 winners

2005 WINNERS. Recipients of the UNO Women of Color (WOC) Awards were announced during the third annual luncheon March 3, 2005, at UNO. Pictured with Chancellor Nancy Belck (from left to right), are Carol Mitchell, Education Award recipient; Karen Tibbs-Nnawulezi, Community Service Award recipient; Gretchen Gonzales, Youth Leadership Award recipient; Kim Whiteside, Arts and Humanities Award recipient; Jamie Gutierrez Vela, Business/Entrepreneurship recipient and Belck.


2004 WINNERS. Recipients of the UNO Women of Color (WOC) Awards were announced during the second annual luncheon March 10, 2004, at UNO. Pictured with Chancellor Nancy Belck (from left to right), are Pamela Watanabe-Gerdes, Business/Entrepreneurship recipient; Rita Garcia, Youth Leadership Award recipient; Teela Mickles, Community Service Award recipient; Tami Buffalohead-McGill, Education Award recipient; Deborah Bunting, Community Service recipient and Belck.


2003 WINNERS. Recipients of the first Women of Color (WOC) Awards were announced during the inaugural luncheon March 20, 2003, at UNO. Pictured with guest speaker Joyce Roché (center), are Rosha Taylor, Youth Leadership Award recipient; Gina Ponce, Education Award recipient; Judy Pearl-Lee, Business/Entrepreneurship Award recipient; and Jamie Grimes Moore, Community Service Award recipient.

2008 Women of Color Sponsored By

Contact sulmar@mail.unomaha.edu for sponsorship details.

 

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