The month of March is National Women’s History Month, and The Women’s Center at County College of Morris has selected Judy Woop, owner of JW Consultants, professor of Nursing Education at Caldwell College, and Butler Councilwoman, as honoree for 2011’s Wonderful Women of Morris.
Judy is a multi-faceted career woman with experience as a nurse, college professor, lecturer and editor, career counselor, entrepreneur, Rotarian and Butler councilwoman. Judy has a long history of serving the people of Morris County, assisting and encouraging them to improve the quality of their lives.
Join us Friday, March 18 from noon – 1:30 p.m. in Davidson "A" conference room in the Student Center, when the Women’s Center honors this most deserving Wonderful Woman of Morris. A light lunch will be provided. Reservations are required; please RSVP to the Women’s Center at ext. 5025.
The Women’s Center is sponsored by County College of Morris and funded through grants from the New Jersey Division on Women and is a United Way of Morris County agency. The Women’s Center is part of the Displaced Homemaker’s Network of New Jersey. We offer a variety of services that help women who have been displaced from their careers as unpaid homemakers develop sound vocational plans leading to employment, which allows them to become economically and emotionally healthy and independent, such as career counseling, a job club, computer literacy and legal education.