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Welcome to Women 4 Women!

The Women 4 Women Student Board is a group dedicated to furthering the health, education, and leadership of women on campus and in the community. We are a women's professional group, and you will likely see us represented at various events in the Louisville community, hosting our own events, and engaging in philanthropic work.

As a member, you will be invited to participate in: event planning committees, informational meetings, exclusive professional development workshops & programs, social events, volunteer projects, and fun retreats. You will also have the opportunity to engage with a tight-knit group of college women with high aspirations and leadership potential.

This semester, we are hosting a feminist LGBTQ+ trivia night. We are proud of the hard work that our members have put in this year, and are excited for you to be a part of the wonderful things our organization has in store for next semester. 

We are thrilled that you have chosen this amazing University for your college career, and invite you to apply for membership by filling out a membership application. After applications have been submitted, we will notify our new members, and set up a time to meet and discuss the organization further.

I look forward to meeting you, and feel free to contact me with any questions you may have!

Lauren Clarke


Women 4 Women Student Chapter


Here are some resources for you to learn more about our group, and how we interact with the Louisville community at large:

Our Facebook Page

UofL's Women's Center's website and Facebook page


Portal Information


The Women 4 Women Student Board's mission is to improve the health and economic well being of women and girls by increasing awareness, expanding resources and creating solutions to strengthen our University of Louisville community.

W4W meets biweekly on Tuesdays from 11-1pm.

Our first meeting of the Spring 2018 will be January 22nd.


Special Interest

Organization Phone Number


Organization Email Address
Meeting Day

Biweekly on Tuesdays

Meeting Time


Meeting Location

Humanities 111

Selection Process

If your organization has selective membership, please describe the selection process.

We have a brief application process (form, short personal statement), but we do not reject anyone. The process is in place in order to find members who are dedicated and responsible, and willing to put time into the organization.

Adviser Name

Valerie Casey