Womxn of Worth Conference

Womxn of Worth Conference


WoWEach year, Student Life and Leadership hosts an annual Spring conference in collaboration with the Womxn of Worth Initiative (W) and other campus and academic departments at UNC and surrounding universities to create opportunities for networking, mutual learning, and community-building. The Womxn of Worth Initiative (W) creates and sustains a community for female identifying students of color who identify as members of underrepresented racial and ethnic populations that will promote academic preparedness, holistic student wellness and success, identity development, and sisterhood at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.


2022 Spring Conference

The Womxn of Worth Spring Conference seeks to meet the needs of Womxn of Color in navigating professional spaces while promoting resiliency and establishing a personal sense of worth. The conference curriculum is designed to equip participants with the tools necessary to succeed in attaining professional development and academic success. 

WoW Conference


Keynote Speaker

Tiffany Waddell Tate, Founder & CEO, Career Maven Consulting

Tiffany TateTiffany is the CEO and founder of Career Maven Consulting, where she helps individuals and companies reimagine the future of work through coaching, digital education, and learning & development for organizations and teams. 

As an in-demand coach, consultant, speaker and thought leader, she has been featured on Forbes, Well + Good, The Everymom, The Muse and a variety of podcasts. She is a master in coaching professionals to learn, lead, and grow at work.

Tiffany is a Double Deac, having earned her BA and MA from Wake Forest University, and is a Gallup Certified Strengths Coach, Diversity Educator, and MBTI Certified.

Tiffany serves on the board of Reach Women’s Network, an organization that seeks to advance economic development and promote gender equality, and the advisory board of the Black Philanthropy Initiative of the Winston Salem Foundation, an initiative that promotes equity in education and economic development for the Black community.