A Panel Discussion of Women's Images

Location: Times Shamrock Historic Radio Theater

Date: 02/07/02; Time: 7 PM

Elizabeth Randol is the current Director of the Jane Kopas Women's Center at the University of Scranton. She is also an adjunct faculty member of the Philosophy Department and teaches in the Women's Studies Program. Before coming to Scranton, Dr. Randol earned her BA from Washington and Lee University in Lexington, VA; her MA from North Carolina State University in Raleigh, NC and her Ph.D. in Philosophy from Binghamton University (SUNY) in Binghamton, NY. Teaching and social justice activism are her two passions. Dr. Randol is a native of Cleveland, OH.

Society's Images of Women, Women in the Arts & Media, and Women's Images of Themselves.
Moderated by
Paula Deignan-Reynolds.

Anne (Friedman) Gauber

Terry Bonifanti joined the staff of The (Scranton) Times-Tribune newspapers in 1976 and has been Features editor since 1998. A native of Scranton, Terry was graduated from Scranton Central High School  and earned her bachelor's degree in government and political science from Mansfield State College. A daughter of John and Catherine Lahey Bonifanti (an ovarian and breast cancer survivor) of Lake Winola and Gulfport, Florida, she resides in Dunmore with her daughter Terese Avery, 12, a six grader at St. Paul School, and Robert, their 6-year-old fox terrier.

Patricia M. Kwetkauskie is the Training/Education Coordinator for the Domestic Violence Service Center (DVSC) in Luzerne and Carbon Counties, where she has worked on staff since 1987. In addition to providing hotline and counseling services to battered women, Pat's responsibilites include developing and providing training to professionals in the community including law enforcement personnel, mental health and addictions counselors, and health care providers. Pat co-chairs the state-wide Medical Advocacy Task Force and previously served on the Pennsylvania Attorney General Mike Fisher's Family Violence Task Force. She is the current chair of the Luzerne County Commission for Women.

Diane Kay Siegmund is a Licensed Psychologist with Private Practice Offices in Clarks Summit and Towanda. She has maintained private practices since 1988, working with both individuals and couples therapy. Her focuses are on women's issues as well as general areas of treatment specific to mood disorders, anxiety disorders, and adjustment disorders. Siegmund received degrees in Counseling and in Psychology from Marywood University. She has been involved in several community support projects both in Scranton and in Bradford County.

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