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Call for Nominations: Women's Leadership Initiative!
WLI, a student organization on campus, is seeking nominations provided by TTU staff and faculty for undergraduate women who are leaders in the making. WLI members meet weekly to engage in discussion on leadership, inclusivity, and development, as well as share with each other opportunities/highlights of opportunities on and off campus.

Nominees should have a cumulative GPA of 3.0+ and cannot be graduating in the 2019 - 2020 academic year. 

If you know a undergraduate woman who meets the above criteria and you believe would be a great fit for WLI, nominate by emailing with names and respective emails.

*Self-nominations are also accepted. More can be found on the WLI webpage.

The Vision of the Women's Leadership Initiative

The Women's Leadership Initiative (WLI), formerly the Women's Leadership Institute, was established in 2014 by the President's Gender Equity Council.  The broad vision of the WLI is to enhance the leadership potential and skill sets of undergraduate women leaders on campus, offer a forum for undergraduate women leaders to network, and to increase the visibility of women leaders on campus. 

The Women's Leadership Initiative allows for undergraduate women leaders to discuss how leadership plays a role in their undergraduate careers and learn from fellow women student leaders about the struggles and triumphs of leadership. Members actively share their knowledge and skills with others on campus and within the Lubbock community. Members of the Women's Leadership Initiative learn how to promote equity in leadership and participate in networking events with outstanding student leaders and distinguished professionals who have paved the way for women in their fields of expertise. The WLI also strives to impress the foundation of inclusivity on all of its members, and empower them to share all knowledge learned through the activities of the initiative in an effort to spread the lessons of inclusivity, empowerment, and collaboration.




Katherine Haley