Senior Spotlight: Faith Woodman, NeW at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee

Congratulations to our graduating seniors and thank you for your work with NeW! We are pleased to spotlight some of our outstanding chapter leaders and members.

Meet Faith Woodman, co-founder of NeW at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee.

How did you get involved in NeW?
I learned about NeW at Turning Point USA’s Young Women’s Leadership Summit in 2021.

What are your plans after graduation?
I plan to take a year off of school to begin my career before attending Liberty University to get my J.M. in American Legal Studies. During this year, I will also be planning my wedding and getting married!

What advice would you give to a conservative woman starting college?
Hang in there. Having attended the second-most “left” college in Wisconsin, I know how tough it is. That being said, there is hope. Find an organization that aligns with your beliefs, and you will find your people. Be proud of who you are, and you will find people like you.

How has NeW impacted you and prepared you for your next steps?
NeW has reminded me that feminism, at its core definition, is a good thing. The feminism of today has become so toxic that I shy away from it as much as possible. Not all conservatives are men. We are also beautiful, inspirational, and strong women.

Why is NeW important to you?
NeW is important to me because it gave me the opportunity to find those women, not only to help myself, but to help other women find their community. Feminism is a wonderful thing when advocated for correctly, and it is time that conservative women took it back. This is what NeW strives to do.

The Network of enlightened Women (NeW) provides premier opportunities for young conservative women like Faith. Learn how to bring a Chapter of NeW to your campus today!



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