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Founder and Chief Executive Officer

W.O.M.E.N

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W.O.M.E.N

417 Welshwood Drive Suite 303

Nashville, Tennessee 37211

United States

Company Description

Women make up 51 percent of citizens in Nashville and Davidson County, but just 40 of the more than 500 members elected to Metro Council since 1963 have been women. Only four women have ever been elected countywide, including Vice Mayor Diane Neighbors ... more

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Background Information

Employment History

Founder and Chief Executive Officer

Women On Maintaining Education and Nutrition

Affiliations

Faculty Member
Bristol-Myers Squibb Company

Founder
Worth & Company Inc

Board Member
Meharry Medical College

Web References (189 Total References)


Board of Directors

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Biography

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Catherine Wyatt-Morley Ms. Catherine Wyatt-Morley is Founder and Chief Executive Officer of Women On Maintaining Education and Nutrition. She has served on the Tennessee Community Planning Group (TCPG) and the Adult AIDS Clinical Trial Group (AACTG) and Community Constituency Group (CCG), Washington D.C., for 4.5 years. She has a great concept of clinical trials and adherence issues faced by women. Ms. Wyatt-Morley also served on the Patient Care Committee while a member of AACTG.
In addition, national organizations including the National Minority AIDS Council (NMAC) and National Association of People With AIDS (NAPWA) are two community-based organizations familiar with her work. Her many media events include a CNN Live studio interview "Women and HIV/AIDS", MSNBC in-studio live interview and a large variety of national/local radio interviews. The National Register of Who's Who honors her in their 2002 edition. Ms. Wyatt-Morley has been inducted into the "Women's National Hall of Fame" for her volunteer outreach efforts in HIV/AIDS education.
Internationally, Ms. Wyatt-Morley has been:
Advisor to the United Nations Speaker at Ministries of Public Health and International Outreach on Women - Bangkok, Thailand Facilitator at International Outreach with Intent on African Women - Warsaw, Poland
It should be noted that Ms. Wyatt-Morley has successfully worked with the U.S. Department of Health & Human Services agencies such as Centers for Disease Control (CDC) , National Institutes of Health (NIH), Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration SAMHSA as well as universities such as Vanderbilt, Meharry, Fisk, Tennessee State University, and all the historically black universities in Atlanta.
Locally, Wyatt-Morley has been involved in the Ryan White Consortium, Health Department education, Centers of Excellence, Technology Access Center (TAC), and others. Through Women On Maintaining Education and Nutrition, Ms. Wyatt-Morley continues to address housing and homelessness, underserved populations, and HIV/AIDS education prevention. Ms. Wyatt-Morley has implemented several programs addressing disparities including "Full Plate", which feeds women, and families who are homeless or in need of "gap" support.
Ms. Wyatt-Morley is HIV Positive (1994) and is the author of, AIDS Memoir: Journal of an HIV Positive Mother, (Kumarian Press, 1997), and is producer of the video Reasons To Live: Women, Their Families and HIV. Ms. Wyatt-Morley is also an outreach educator, provider of HIV counseling and testing to women, men, and teen community members, counselor, advocate for persons with HIV/AIDS, public speaker, and support group leader/developer.
Based upon her extensive experience and interaction with others as CEO of Women On Maintaining Education and Nutrition, Ms. Wyatt-Morley has tirelessly written an inspiring second work titled Time On The Path: A Mothers Journey Through AIDS and she looks forward to its release.
Mother of three, Ms. Wyatt-Morley administers Board policy, oversees agency operations, develops programs, negotiates contracts, conducts strategic planning, partnerships/collaborations, and alliances. She is responsible for a very large agency budget, writes grants, coordinates consultants, attends appropriate meetings, and supervises all agency staff.


Board of Directors

www.educatingwomen.org [cached]

Biography of Ms. Wyatt-Morley History of W.O.M.E.N. Board of Directors

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Ms. Catherine Wyatt-Morley Founder/Chief Executive Officer


Biography of Ms. ...

educatingwomen.org [cached]

Biography of Ms. Wyatt-Morley History of W.O.M.E.N. Board of Directors

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Ms. Catherine Wyatt-Morley Founder/Chief Executive Officer


Biography of Ms. ...

educatingwomen.org [cached]

Biography of Ms. Wyatt-Morley History of W.O.M.E.N. Board of Directors

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Catherine Wyatt-Morley
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Catherine Wyatt-Morley Make a Donation
Catherine Wyatt-Morley Ms. Catherine Wyatt-Morley is Founder and Chief Executive Officer of Women On Maintaining Education and Nutrition. She has served on the Tennessee Community Planning Group (TCPG) and the Adult AIDS Clinical Trial Group (AACTG) and Community Constituency Group (CCG), Washington D.C., for 4.5 years. She has a great concept of clinical trials and adherence issues faced by women. Ms. Wyatt-Morley also served on the Patient Care Committee while a member of AACTG.
In addition, national organizations including the National Minority AIDS Council (NMAC) and National Association of People With AIDS (NAPWA) are two community-based organizations familiar with her work. Her many media events include a CNN Live studio interview "Women and HIV/AIDS", MSNBC in-studio live interview and a large variety of national/local radio interviews. The National Register of Who's Who honors her in their 2002 edition. Ms. Wyatt-Morley has been inducted into the "Women's National Hall of Fame" for her volunteer outreach efforts in HIV/AIDS education.
Internationally, Ms. Wyatt-Morley has been:
Advisor to the United Nations Speaker at Ministries of Public Health and International Outreach on Women - Bangkok, Thailand Facilitator at International Outreach with Intent on African Women - Warsaw, Poland
It should be noted that Ms. Wyatt-Morley has successfully worked with the U.S. Department of Health & Human Services agencies such as Centers for Disease Control (CDC) , National Institutes of Health (NIH), Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration SAMHSA as well as universities such as Vanderbilt, Meharry, Fisk, Tennessee State University, and all the historically black universities in Atlanta.
Locally, Wyatt-Morley has been involved in the Ryan White Consortium, Health Department education, Centers of Excellence, Technology Access Center (TAC), and others. Through Women On Maintaining Education and Nutrition, Ms. Wyatt-Morley continues to address housing and homelessness, underserved populations, and HIV/AIDS education prevention. Ms. Wyatt-Morley has implemented several programs addressing disparities including "Full Plate", which feeds women, and families who are homeless or in need of "gap" support.
Ms. Wyatt-Morley is HIV Positive (1994) and is the author of, AIDS Memoir: Journal of an HIV Positive Mother, (Kumarian Press, 1997), and is producer of the video Reasons To Live: Women, Their Families and HIV. Ms. Wyatt-Morley is also an outreach educator, provider of HIV counseling and testing to women, men, and teen community members, counselor, advocate for persons with HIV/AIDS, public speaker, and support group leader/developer.
Based upon her extensive experience and interaction with others as CEO of Women On Maintaining Education and Nutrition, Ms. Wyatt-Morley has tirelessly written an inspiring second work titled Time On The Path: A Mothers Journey Through AIDS and she looks forward to its release.
Mother of three, Ms. Wyatt-Morley administers Board policy, oversees agency operations, develops programs, negotiates contracts, conducts strategic planning, partnerships/collaborations, and alliances. She is responsible for a very large agency budget, writes grants, coordinates consultants, attends appropriate meetings, and supervises all agency staff.

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