Chair Co-holders: The UNESCO Chair is jointly held by Professor Araceli Alonso at the Department of Gender and Women’s Studies and Dr. Teresa Langle de Paz, based in Spain and Honorary Fellow at such department. All actions and projects of the Chair are jointly promoted through the campus-wide 4W (Women, Wellbeing, Wisconsin and the World) Initiative, directed by Lori DiPrete Brown and the Chair international networks.
Executive Committee: Prof. Araceli Alonso, Dr. Teresa Langle de Paz and Lori DiPrete Brown.
Honorary President: Federico Mayor Zaragoza, President of the Foundation for a Culture of Peace – Former UNESCO Director General.
- Sandra Adell, PhD African American Studies
- Cynthia Anderson, MD, MPH School of Medicine and Public Health
- Araceli Alonso, RN, MA, MS, PhD Women’s Studies
- Margarita Benítez, PhD Leadership Programs, American Council on Education
- Karen Bogenschneider, PhD Human Ecology
- Mary Crave, PhD UW Extension
- Lori DiPrete Brown, MSPH, MTS Human Ecology and Medicine and Public Health
- Larissa Duncan, Human Ecology and Medicine and Public Health
- Robert Enright, PhD Education
- Barbara Nehls-Lowe, PhD OutreachEducation
- Connie Flanagan, PhD Human Ecology
- Jean Geran, PhD Human Ecology and International Relations
- Cynthia Haq, MD Medicine and Public Health
- Janet Hyde, PhD Psychology and Women’s Studies
- Nancy Kendall, PhD Education
- Helen Klebesadel, MFA Women’s Studies and the Arts
- Teresa Lange de Paz, PhD Women’s Studies and Peace Studies
- Patty Loew, PhD Journalism
- Chiseche Mibenge, PhD International Human Rights Law
- Lalita du Perron, PhD South Asian Studies
- Jeanette Roberts, PhD, MPH Global Pharmacy and Public Health
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