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Terri Hatfield

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Public Relations Coordinator
Program Coordinator

Terri L. Hatfield has served as the Public Relations Coordinator/Program Coordinator for the Institute for Women's Studies since December 2009. A University of Georgia alum, Terri earned a BS in Psychology and AB in Women's Studies in 2007, and received her Masters in Library and Information Science (MLIS) from Valdosta State University in August 2018. She also holds a graduate certificate in Museum Studies from UGA.

For IWS, Terri coordinates all departmental special programming, including the annual Women Faculty Reception, weekly Friday Speaker Series talks, Women's History Month's calendar of events, the annual Andrea Carson Coley Lecture in LGBT Studies, and the biennial Women and Girls in Georgia Conference. She is responsible for publicity and marketing for all IWS special events, courses, and programs. Terri also compiles, edits, designs, and manages the distribution of the annual newsletter and other publications, and is responsible for managing the IWS social media accounts. She manages the IWS library, email account, and listservs, and updates and maintains the departmental websites.

Terri was the 2013 recipient of the Franklin College of Arts and Sciences Staff Excellence Award in Professional Support. She curated the "Nevertheless She Resisted: Documenting the Recent Women's Marches" exhibit for the Hargrett Rare Book and Manuscript Library, part of the University of Georgia's Special Collections Libraries, in Spring 2018. More information about the exhibit can be found here.

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