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Past Retreat Themes and Keynote Speakers

2006—The First Twenty Years: Celebrating the Past, Preparing for the Future
Ana Ventura Phares
Mayor of Watsonville, California

2005—Adapting To Change: Juggling Tradition & Innovation
Chancellor Denise Denton
Chancellor of Univeristy of California Santa Cruz, 2005 to present

2004—Building Bridges/Making Connections
Dana Frank "The Secret Politics of Housework"
Professor of American Studies

2003—Thriving in a Changing Workplace
Chancellor M.R.C. Greenwood “Resilience and Why It Matters”
Chancellor of Univeristy of California Santa Cruz, 1996 to 2005

2002—Creation and Recreation: Bringing your Whole Self to Work
Akasha Gloria Hull "Swooning Creativity: Sparking the Joy and the Power Within"
Professor Emerita of Women's Studies

2001—A Work Odyssey: Exploring Community
Bettina Aptheker “Feminist Improvisations: Building Community”
Professor of Women’s Studies/Chair, Women’s Studies Department/
2000 Alumni Association’s Distinguished Teacher

2000—Coming Together in the New Millennium: Work-Life Balance
Marge Frantz
Professor Emeritus, History, American Studies, Women’s Studies/Founder, Women’s Action Coalition, Santa Cruz

1999—Wellness at Work
Monica Bascio “Back to Work: Overcoming Physical, Personal, and Social Barriers”
Occupational Therapist/U.S. Disabled Cycling Team Member/Silver Medalist 1998 USDC Championships

1998—UCSC Community of Women: At Work and Home
Deborah Turner “The Power of Community”
Multicultural Outreach Librarian/Writer/Poet

1997—Building Connections
Barb Acosta
Ph.D graduate in Organic Analytical Chemistry/Vice President, Cadence, Marketing Division/Marathon Runner/Mother

1996—The Next Ten Years (10th Annual Retreat)
Bettina Aptheker “Moving into Wholeness, Women & Healing
Associate Professor of Women’s Studies/Writer

1995—Working Healthy
Panel: “Working Healthy”
Vickie Boriack (Mountaineer/Breast Cancer Survivor)
Vege Clerisse (Assistant, Executive Vice Chancellor’s Office/Breast Cancer Survivor)
Jaquelyn Marie (Reference Librarian/Writer/Breast Cancer Survivor)

1994—Thriving Through Teamwork
Panel: “Thriving Through Teamwork”
Sharon Cohen-Barry (Staff Development and Training)
Valerie Chase (McHenry Library)
Wendy Duggan (Social Sciences Division)
Karsen Jones (Purchasing)
Linda Kittle (Business and Administrative Services)
Valerie Simmons (Affirmative Action)

1993—Creativity
Panel: “Parallel Paths: How We Grew our Businesses”
June Coha (Facilities Assistant, Natural Sciences/Stained Glass Artist)
Coleen Douglas (Administrative Assistant/Musician)
Pat Hairston (Payroll Personnel Rep., Chancellors Office/Certified Massage Practitioner)
Yi-Yen Hayford (Cataloger/Travel Agent)
Valerie Wells (Word Processor/Desk Top Publisher)

1992—Enterprising Women
Bettina Aptheker
Associate Professor and Chair of Women’s Studies

1991—Managing Change
Linda Abbott, Ph.D
President, Abbott & Associates

1990—Moving Forward Together: Achieving Personal and Professional Excellence in the 1990’s
Panel: “The Future and You: Valuing Diversity”
Sally Fairfax (Professor of Resources, Law and Policy, Forestry Dept. UCB)
Stephanie Hauk (Special Assistant to the Chancellor, Community Relations)
Vivian Sykes (Multicultural Services/Reference Librarian)
Deborah Murphy (Reference Librarian and Coordinator of Online Services)
Valerie Simmons (Assistant Professor in Psychology)

1989—Celebrating our Diversity
Panel: “Celebrating our Diversity”
Barbara Bedford (Director, Student Employment Services)
Katia Panas (Counseling Psychologist, Porter College)
Mary Joan Rodriguez (Student Records Coordinator, Oakes College)
Patt Takeuchi (Business Manager, Computing & Telecommunication Services)
Jan Tepper (Police Lieutenant, University Police)
Peggy Tippet (Receptionist, SAA/EOP)

1988—Time to Rejuvenate
Lucille Clifton
Professor of Creative Writing and American Literature

1987—Women at Work
Bettina Aptheker
Associate Professor of Women’s Studies

 


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