Heather Clayton Terry, associate director of women in science and engineering and WISER student adviser, was an invited panelist for the Unified Sisters’ “Power Hour.”
Unified Sisters is a women’s empowerment organization at Ohio University that strives to promote unity among all women on campus, but specifically women of color. Their programming focuses on professional, mental, spiritual and physical development for emerging women of color professionals.
Unified Sisters invited Terry to speak about her work with women in STEM at Case Western Reserve University and in the community. She was a member of the “Power Hour,” which provided an opportunity for undergraduate and graduate women of color to hear from a panel of professional women of color. The talk was focused on speaking to black women experiences as working professionals.