Women’s Success Series: Nicole Willey

March 3rd, 8:30am
Kent State University at Tuscarawas
Science and Advanced Technology Center, Room 126
330 University Drive, New Philadelphia, OH 44663


The Women’s Success Series brings together women of all ages who seek better lives, professionally and personally. The series is intended to be a catalyst for women to think differently about success, a catalyst to think differently about themselves and a catalyst to think differently about how they live, work and play in Tuscarawas County. During each breakfast session, participants will hear from a dynamic woman who has enjoyed a measure of success right here in Tuscarawas County. Prior to each session, participants will have a book to read or a TED Talk to view that will enrich a discussion designed to move them to the next level in life.

Tickets are $20.00 at the door or $15.00 if you pre-register. Click here to register now.

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Nicole Willey, Ph.D., is a successful author and a professor of English at Kent State University at Tuscarawas, where she teaches a variety of literature and writing courses. Nicole also serves as coordinator of the mentoring program for the campus. Her research interests include mothering, masculinities, memoir, pedagogy, nineteenth-century American literature and slave narratives. Nicole authored Creating a New Ideal of Masculinity for American Men: The Achievement of Sentimental Women Writers in the Mid-Nineteenth Century and coedited the collections Motherhood Memoirs: Mothers Creating/Writing Lives and Feminist Fathering/Fathering Feminists: New Definitions and Directions. She lives in New Philadelphia with her husband and two sons.

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