Themis Flores '92 Awarded Wisconsin Women of Achievement Award

Alumni Profile

The Wisconsin Women of Color Network, Inc. is celebrating a group of incredibly strong women of color on March 23rd, including an Edgewood College Alum, Themis Flores.

The WWOCN assists women of color in accessing educational resources, health care, social services, and political participation as it promotes leadership, cross-cultural awareness, and spiritual and economic well being to enrich the lives of women of color, their families and their communities.

Adama Guede, Graduate from the Edgewood College School of Education, Featured in the Cap Times

Alumni Profile

Adama Guede, graduate from the Edgewood College School of Education and 6th graduate language arts teacher at Velma Hamilton Schools, leads a discussion with her class on race.  Adama Guede, a sixth-grade language arts teacher at Velma Hamilton Middle School, leads a discussion with her class. Guede said in an interview that it's important to have conversations about race, despite how tough those conversations can be. Adama Guede, a sixth-grade language arts teacher at Velma Hamilton Middle School, leads a discussion with her class. Guede said in an interview that it's important to have conversations about race, despite how tough those conversations can be. Adama Guede, a sixth-grade language arts teacher at Velma Hamilton Middle School, leads a discussion with her class. Guede said in an interview that it's important to have conversations about race, despite how tough those conversations can be.

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