Loyola University Maryland

Women's Center

Who We Are

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Dr. Margaret Musgrove, Director

Dr. Musgrove came to Loyola in 1991 to teach in the writing and media department. Before coming to Loyola, she taught at community colleges in Massachusetts, Connecticut, and Maryland.  Writing children's literature was her favorite course. She was tenured in 1996 and had a Fulbright Research Grant to study in Ghana, West Africa in 1997-98. Her children's book, The Spider Weaver: A Legend of Kente Cloth, was published in 2001 by Scholastic. Her picture book, Ashanti to Zulu: African Traditions, was the 1977 Caldecott Award Winner. She came to the Women's Center in January 2000. She enjoys the opportunity to create programs in the Center that support and empower women here at the University and in the surrounding community. She has especially enjoyed bringing international women speakers like the Women from Jerusalem, the first women to serve in parliament in Uganda, and the women from El Salvador to Loyola.

Kathy Zulty, Administrative Assistant

Kathy Zulty joined Loyola in February 2006 having previously stayed at home to raise her children for the past 11 years. In the past she has worked at The Ohio State University and The Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine. She enjoys helping to bring programs of interest to Loyola. In her spare time she enjoys reading, boating and relaxing in Vermont with her family.

 

Micahela Mobley, Graduate Assistant

Micahela Mobley, better known as Mickey, is a first year graduate student at Loyola in the Clinical Psychology, Practitioner Track Masters program.  She previously graduated from Mount St. Mary's University in Emmitsburg, MD.  She has a passion for social justice and enjoys working in the Women's Center in which her passion has the ability to flourish. Her future ambitions include joining the Jesuit Volunteer Corps and obtaining her doctorate's degree in psychology and peace studies.  In her spare time she enjoys spending time with her family and friends, dancing, music, and reading.

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