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Catherine Wyatt-Morley

Founder and Chief Executive Officer

Women , Inc.

HQ Phone:  (615) 256-3882

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Email: c***@***.org

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Women , Inc.

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 and A... more

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Employment History

Founder and Chief Executive Officer

Women


Founder and Chief Executive Officer

Women On Maintaining Education and Nutrition


Affiliations

Bristol-Myers Squibb Company

Faculty Member


Worth & Company Inc

Founder


Meharry Medical College

Board Member


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W.O.M.E.N. -

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Red City Review gives Catherine Wyatt-Morley, CEO of W.O.M.E.N., 5 Stars for her book My Life with AIDS: Tragedy


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When Catherine Wyatt-Morley, a married mother of three from Tennessee, was diagnosed with HIV in 1994, she remembers facing debilitating stigma from almost everyone in her life.
After her husband died of AIDS-related complications, she was given her "death date" and told to get her affairs in order. "There wasn't anything in my community at the time that addressed me as a heterosexual, African-American woman living with HIV," Wyatt-Morley says. So, she plugged into the burgeoning national positive women's movement. Then, from a bedroom in her Nashville home, she launched a nonprofit AIDS service organization, WOMEN (an acronym for Women on Maintaining Education and Nutrition). Nearly 19 years later, Ms. Catherine-as everyone refers to her-is CEO of the group and the author of AIDS Memoir: Journal of an HIV-Positive Mother. As such, she's one of the most powerful female advocates for women living with HIV in the Deep South today.


www.educatingwomen.org

Catherine Wyatt-Morley, W.O.M.E.N. founder and CEO named finalist in 2014 Nashville Women of Influence Awards.
Happy 2014! Catherine Wyatt-Morley: 2014 NBJ Women of Influence Finalist Catherine Wyatt-Morley: 2014 NBJ Women of Influence Finalist Therefore, winning aside, the mere fact that Catherine has been nominated is indeed a prestigious honor. Go Catherine, Go!


www.educatingwomen.org

Catherine Wyatt-Morley, W.O.M.E.N. founder and CEO named finalist in 2014 Nashville Women of Influence Awards.
Happy 2014! [caption id="attachment_7784" align="aligncenter" width="427"] Catherine Wyatt-Morley: 2014 NBJ Women of Influence Finalist[/caption] It's a brand new year and we at W.O.M.E.N. are very excited with the way it has dawned for us so far. Drum roll please… The Nashville Business Journal (NBJ) has named our very own Catherine


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For 19 years Founder & CEO of W.O.M.E.N., Catherine Wyatt-Morley has lived with HIV/AIDS and worked with thousands of women locally, nationally and internationally who are also living with the disease.


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