Elizabeth Hamilton, Program Assistant, joined CWGL in 2014. She has also worked as an American Sign Language interpreter since 2009 and is a passionate activist for racial and linguistic minorities. Elizabeth is a senior at Rutgers University double majoring in African, Middle Eastern, & South Asian Languages & Literatures (AMESALL) and Africana Studies with a minor in International & Global Studies.
Originally from small town Ohio, MaryBeth moved to NYC to pursue a career advancing gender equality and women’s rights. In the past she has worked in operations positions while volunteering regularly for She’s the First, Amnesty International, and completing her M.S. in global affairs at NYU. In obtaining her graduate degree she is conducting research in Lebanon to assess the higher education needs for Syrian refugees. She loves learning about the world, reading, writing, hiking, playing the piano, and traveling--the last few years have taken her to Ghana, Uganda, Italy, Switzerland, and Costa Rica.
Nicole Dallara, Communications Coordinator, has gained five years' experience in communications, social media management, media, event planning, and community organizing prior to joining CWGL. She has worked on several large campaigns, including the People’s Climate March in New York City. Ms. Dallara has a BS in Environmental Policy, Institutions and Behavior with a minor in Environmental Business and Economics from Rutgers University.
CWGL 25th Anniversary Celebration
The Center for Women's Global Leadership will be celebrating 25 years of feminist global advocacy advancing human rights of women. Please join us for an evening of friendship, laughter, dinner and dancing with very special guests.
Celebrate with us! Purchase your tickets here.
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We are thrilled to announce Mozhan Marnò
will be the emcee for our 25th Anniversary Celebration!
Mozhan, an American-Iranian actress may be best known to American audiences for her roles in the hit television series The Blacklist and House of Cards. She starred in the Sundance hit “A Girl Walks Home Alone at Night”. She also had the title role in “The Stoning of Soraya M,” based on a true story of a married mother of four children who was brutally stoned to death in Iran after being falsely accused of infidelity by her husband. We are delighted to have Mozhan Marno join us in celebrating 25 years of advancing human rights!
Featuring special guest: Martha Redbone
For directions to Vermilion (480 Lexington Avenue on the corner of East 46th Street)
Soeurette Germain Tattegrain
Soeurette Germain Tattegrain, Business Specialist, is responsible for all financial functions at the Center. Prior to joining CWGL, she worked for the City of New York in positions ranging from Analyst to Budget Director. Her strong skill sets in budget management and grant administration were key in providing the Department for the Aging with greater accountability and financial control through the design of an automated budget system linking allocated grants to expenses for hundreds of service providers. Ms. Germain Tattegrain graduated summa Cum Laude from St. John’s University with a Bachelor in Finance. She holds a Master of Public Administration from New York University.