Faith Kazmi, Ed.D
Hello and welcome! I’ve had the privilege of working with incredibly smart and talented students at the WCC who care about making a difference and making the world a better place for women since 2005. In 2011, I became the Director and my work involves overseeing the function and mission of the WCC, in collaboration with students, faculty, staff, and alumni from the Stanford community. I am constantly inspired by conversations that take place in our space or during our programs where we explore the intersections of feminism and identity, leadership, and contemporary issues related to gender equity and social justice. The WCC is an open and welcoming space where students are invited to explore issues, gain relevant academic and professional skills, and find a sense of community with others who care about making positive change. I believe in embracing innovative ways of addressing issues and promoting an inclusive space where conversations and action can emerge. My academic journey began at UC Irvine where I earned my BA in Psychology with a Management Minor, and then I ventured to the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor to earn my MA in Higher Education Administration. I later earned my Doctor of Education degree from the University of San Francisco in Organization & Leadership within their School of Education. Outside of the office I enjoy traveling, creative endeavors, reading, cooking/baking, personal development, exploring the great things the bay has to offer, and enjoying quality time with family and friends.
Hello! I've had the great pleasure of working with the dynamic, thoughtful, incredibly committed community at the WCC since 2015. As Associate Director, I support our awesome student staff as they develop and implement programming, specifically advising the Mentorship & Career Pathways Program, the Academic Program, the Campus Outreach Program, and the NSO & Intern Program. I also serve as a resource for WVSOs (Women's Voluntary Student Organizations) and work with partners across campus to advance our common goals. My commitment to gender equity and social justice blossomed when I was a student at Stanford myself, majoring in American Studies (thematic focus: "Perspectives on Justice") and Feminist Studies. In recent years I've pursued this commitment in various professional capacities, including serving as the Deputy Finance Director for the 2014 re-election campaign of California Attorney General Kamala D. Harris, and, prior to that, working in both the DC and SF offices of NARAL Pro-Choice America to protect and expand reproductive freedom. I serve as a national Women’s Caucus co-chair for New Leaders Council, which trains and supports emerging progressive leaders, and I also serve on the board of the Stanford Alumni Women's Impact Network, which I helped launch in 2012. Outside of professional and volunteer work, you'll find me dancing, hiking, crafting, traveling, or spending way too much time perusing used bookstores.
Dejah Carter, M.Ed
2018-19 WCC Student Staff
We are thrilled to announce our 2018-19 student staff! Photos & bios to come in fall 2018.
Alex Nam, Academic Coordinator
Audrey Huynh, Feminist Narratives Coordinator
Caroline Ferguson, Graduate Program Coordinator
Catherine Xie, Campus Outreach Coordinator
Claire Dauge-Roth, Mentorship & Career Pathways Coordinator
Ginger Gramson, Health and Wellness Coordinator
Karina Gutierrez, Graduate Program Coordinator
Kay Anley, Women in STEM Coordinator
Natalie Gable, Stanford Women’s Leadership Conference Chair
Phoebe Oathout, Feminist Discussions Coordinator
Rawley Clark, Feminist Narratives Coordinator
Taylor Crutison, Communications Coordinator
Tessa Lisanti, NSO and Intern Coordinator
2016-17 WCC Student Staff & Interns
2015-16 WCC Student Coordinators
2015-2016 WCC student staff & interns and professional staff