Jean Marie Greene
Position: Office Manager
Jean Marie is thrilled to be a part of the Women’s Center. Jean Marie is currently pursuing a Bachelor of Science in Architecture degree. Although she loves working as an Office Manager (and, unofficially, website designer/logo designer/image designer extraordinaire), Jean Marie hopes to become an architect whom specializes in the design of self-sustainable homes and buildings. She believes that growing environmental issues have negative effects on the poor, particularly women and children. In 2012, Jean Marie and her fellow team mates won first place in the 2012 Design Build Competition. Jean Marie is a past recipient of the SSOE Architecture Group Scholarship and the 2014 Classified Staff Scholarship. Aside from being interested in architecture and design, Jean Marie loves spending time with her family, reading, cooking, gardening and traveling. She is inspired by William Hutchinson Murray when he summarized, “Whatever you can do, or dream you can, begin it. Boldness has genius, power, and magic in it.”
Position: Graduate Practicum Student
Hailey Holke is an Ohio native, but a graduate of the University of North Alabama with a B.S. in Entertainment Industry Business, and is pursuing her M.A. at BGSU in College Student Personnel. She is a sister, friend, daughter, and dog-lover. Her favorite things to do are read, travel, and generally enjoy the outdoors. Her passions include service-learning, global education of women and girls, the intersectionality of faith and feminism, and saving the planet. She is also a lover of puns and manatees.
Position: Graduate Assistant
Tabby Violet is a graduate of Miami University with a BA in English and Eastern Michigan University with a MA in Literature. She has taught middle school and high school and cares deeply about the challenges faced by adolescents and young adults. She believes in sex positive education and thinks that the best sex positive education begins with how we frame our casual language. Tabby is currently a PhD student in American Culture Studies at BGSU. Academically, she is interested in working at the intersections of disability, feminism, and postcolonial theory. She loves chickens but can’t have any in her apartment. Her cat, Hannelore, is very thankful she doesn’t have to share with a chicken.