Wake For Women brings together students, faculty, staff and their families to cheer on women athletes at Wake. Go Deacs!
Go Deacs! The Women’s Center cheered on the Women’s Soccer team.
Students participated in “Dinner Rolls not Gender Roles” Call to Conversation during Queer History Month
WFU students, faculty and staff attended the Women’s Fund Annual Luncheon 2019
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The Women’s Center supports women at Wake Forest and promotes gender equity. We are dedicated to building community for women and any individuals in our campus community for whom woman is a meaningful identifier or lived experience.  


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Come support the Women’s field hockey and volleyball team this weekend with the Women’s Center! There will be free food and T-shirts!

Support the work of the Women’s Center today on #deacsdayofgiving. Any amount strengthens our work!

Happy #bivisibilityday deacs! Check out the @lgbtqatwfu on the third floor of benson to celebrate!

Katie Stengel is a 2014 graduate of Wake Forest University with a degree in health and exercise science and a bright future in soccer. She ended her collegiate career as the most decorated women's soccer player in Wake Forest history, including earning four All-ACC selections and three NSCAA All-American selections. Stengel is now playing for Liverpool F.C. Women of the Barclay’s Women’s Super League! #wakeforwomen #prodeacs

Fun Fact: Wake Forest Women’s Soccer won their first-ever ACC Championship in 2010 against the Maryland Terrapins. Goalkeeper Aubrey Bledsoe saved three Maryland penalty kicks and the Demon Deacons made all three of their attempts to give the Wake Forest women's soccer team a 3-1 shootout win and its first-ever ACC Championship on November 7th, 2010 at WakeMed Soccer Park in Cary, N.C. #wakeforwomen

Please join us in the Women’s Center on Wednesday from 12pm-1pm to learn about and discuss women’s soccer with Assistant Director for Advocacy & Social Justice Education, Deb Marke, and Community Engagement Assistant Director, Alana James. Lunch will be provided.

In honor of this weeks #wakeforwomen kickoff, today we honor #prodeac Aubrey Kingsbury! Kingsbury graduated from Wake Forest University with a degree in health and exercise science and minors in chemistry and biology. She started all her games during her four seasons with the Demon Deacons and was named co-captain during her senior year. She holds the Wake Forest career record for shutouts (33), goals against average (0.91), games played and started (94), and minutes played in goal (8,692). She is also one of three Demon Deacons to be named an All-American three times, earning third-team honors from the NSCAA in 2011 and 2012 and second-team honors in 2013!

Join us this evening for our first #womenscenterwatchparty with @wfu_msa and @wfumuslimlife @wfuchaplains #weareladyparts

Please join us in the Women’s Center tomorrow from 12 pm-1 pm to learn about and discuss the history and relevance of Title IX with Title IX Director Aishah Casseus! Lunch will be provided.

Join us at the Women’s Center today in benson 314 from 3:30-4:30 pm to speak with an OPCD career coach with any questions you may have in preparation for the career fair!

Please join us in the Women’s Center tomorrow from 12 pm- 1 pm to learn about and discuss reproductive justice with Professor Meghan Boone. Lunch will be provided.

Join us today from 5 -7pm in the Women’s Center for some dessert and great conversation 🫶🏽✨

We invite everyone to our Open House tomorrow from 3:00 – 4:30! Show up to check out our (renovated and super cosy! space, learn about what we do, how you can get involved, and to enjoy some yummy cake squares!

On Friday, June 24th, the Supreme Court released its final opinion in Dobbs v. Jackson Women's Health Organization, effectively overturning the decision made in the historic Roe v. Wade case. Join us on Wednesday, July 6th, 2022 at 12 pm in a virtual debriefing space to discuss these recent developments surrounding reproductive rights and what this means for us as a community.

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With so much speculation surrounding the upcoming Supreme Court decision, it can be a little overwhelming to process it all. Please join us in a virtual debriefing space on June 23 at 12 pm to discuss recent developments surrounding reproductive rights. RSVP requested for security purposes. Link in bio!

Join us in the Sutton Center on June 4th 10am-12pm for our first annual Family Day brought to you by the Caregiver Affinity Group. We would like to celebrate the caregivers in our community with food, fun, and fellowship. Registration isn't required, but it helps us plan activities for all groups. Register via the link in our bio.