Advisory Council

The WILL Advisory Council is comprised of distinguished members of both The College of New Jersey faculty and the college’s surrounding community. They are leaders in their fields and express personal dedication to women’s issues. These women serve as mentors and role models to the WILL members.

  •  Liz J. Abzug, Ex.  Officio, President and Co-founder of The Bella Abzug Leadership Institute (BALI)
  •  Cecilia Colbeth; Program Assistant for WGSS Department The College of New Jersey
  •  Emily Bent, PhD, WILL alumna, Assistant Professor Pace University, Co-Chair The Working Group on Girls at The United Nations,  Former Ex. Director Sage Girl
  • Cindy D. Coppola, Professional Planner and Principal of Coppola & Coppola Associates, Planning Consultants
  • Jackie Cornell, WILL alumna, NJ Hospital Association Sr. Director of Federal Relations and Regulatory Affairs, Former Region II Director of Health and Human Services, Former State Director Obama for America- NJ; Founder and Director of the New Leaders Council of NJ (NLCNJ); Deputy Field Director, Obama for America- Pennsylvania,
  • Sheree Butterfield CPC, TCNJ alumna, Executive Coach Butterfield Associates
  • Debbie Compte, PhD, Professor Modern Languages
  • Tammy L. Dieterich, Assistant Dean TCNJ School of Business
  • Ellen Friedman, PhD, Professor, Women’s, Gender, and Sexuality Studies, English
  • Ann Marie Nicolosi, PhD, Professor, Women’s, Gender, and Sexuality Studies
  • Ashley Reichelmann, WILL alumna, PhD Candidate Northeastern University- Sociology and Anthropology
    MSC of Contemporary Identities, University of Bristol, UK (’09)
  • Gale Wayman, Past President, PHF Rotary International, TCNJ alumna
  • Kristen Hands Clark, WILL alumna, PhD Leadership Education, Rowan University, MPA Public Administration, Rutgers U (’07), Eastern University Professor, Philadelphia, Mastery Charter Elementary; Works at Haddonfield Public Schools
  • Kari Osmond (TCNJ WILL’09) District Director for Congresswoman Bonnie Watson Coleman, NJ 12th Congressional District
  • Winnifred Brown-Glaude, Chair African American Studies