Notes on an Advisory Committee for Women's Center, September 1971

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I suggest people be asked to‘serve for two years, a term whidl will provide both flexibility and continuity

I also suggest that the members have a real tie to Barnard College. (We may also wish the Advisory Committee to include people from the University. This decision will have to be made.) We should then go on to create a Board of Consultants in order to get the ideas and advice of women who are not a part of either the College or the University, e.g. Elga Wasserman. (Annette Baxter and Elly Elliott have already suggested some names for a Board of Consultants.)

Two people have already been asked to serve on the Advisory Committee: Jane Weidlund, '46; and Jackie Greenspon, the Chairman of the Alumnae Vocational Advisory Committee.

The constituencies to be represented on the Advisory Committee should probably include: l)alumnae; 2) faculty; 3) students; 4) staff; and 5) trustees.

Two questions: 1) should we ask everyone who teaches a Women's Studies course to be a member of the Advisory Committee, or should we work to have them meeting as a

2) should we automatically include everyone who worked on the Task Force on Barnard and the Educatedh Woman and/or who met,with Ms. Peterson in the conferences

of last year? '

Combining various Executive Committee suggestions and my own fleas, I think that the following persons must be on an advisory Committee:

Staff

Jane Moorman

Sarah Johnson Winnie Price

Trustees Elizabeth Janeway

Alumnae Mary Louise Reid

Darlene Shapiro Levy '60 Students

AnnelGrant West — Minna Kotkin

%EEE_E%l Micki Matthews arry anov .fi

Danielle Haasc-Dubosc iggég giigizgez

Elizabeth Hardwick John Sanders Mirra Komarovsky

For information purposes: people teaching Women's Studies corses

in 1971-72 include Mirra Komarovsky, Clive Kessler, David Ehrenfeld §3?&@§§,Mates, Catharine Stimpson, Annette Baxter, Cynthia Lloyd, Suzanne Wemple, Tatiana Greene, Sylvia Sayre, Brigette Bradley, John Meskill, and Barbara Miller. The people on the Task Pane on.§%5GSW%?and the Educated Woman were Professors Barry Ulana;

John Elliff, Mary Mothersill, Elizabeth Hardwick; Elizabeth

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Janeway; from the alumnae Pat Herman, Marilyn glfis Wachtel, Anne Grant West, Annette Niemtzow; and two stu ents, Viky

Taylor and Judi Rachelson, neither of whom are still at Barnard. Elly Elliott, Pat Graham, Jane Gould, and Barbara

Hertz were also on the Task Force.

8. I am worried about the legitimacy of having the Executive Committee appoint an Advisory Committee on its own authority. Shouldn't we ask various faculty, student groups, etc. for '

recommendations?

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