|Kathryn Mercer, chair
Professor of Law
School of Law
|Christina Hardesty, School of Medicine||2017-2020|
|Amy Backus, Physical Education and Athletics||2018-2021|
|Corbin Covault, College of Arts and Sciences||2018-2021|
|Maryjo Prince-Paul, Frances Payne Bolton School of Nursing||2016-2019|
|Amy Przeworski, College of Arts and Sciences||2017-2020|
|Kirsten McMahon, Physical Education and Athletics||2017-2020|
|Marija Prica, Case School of Engineering||2016-2019|
|Amy Hise, previous chair or designee, Women Faculty of the School of Medicine||2018-2019|
|Claire Michael, Women Faculty of the School of Medicine, chair or designee||2018-2020|
|Beth Embrescia, Director of Development, Flora Stone Mather Center for Women (chair's designee)|
|Lisa Nielson, Director, Flora Stone Mather Center for Women|
Marilyn Mobley, chair or designee, University Advisory Council on Women
|Joachim Voss, Senate Committee on Minority Affairs|
|Donald Feke, Vice Provost for Undergraduate Education and Academic and Faculty Affairs|
From the By-Laws of the Faculty Senate, By-Law VII., Item k., Par. 1-4:
"1) The committee shall consist of nine faculty members elected by the Faculty Senate. No more than two members shall be from any one constituent faculty. Each member shall be eligible for election only after the lapse of at least one year following the expiration of two consecutive three-year terms of membership. The committee shall have as ex officio members the provost or a designee, the director of the Center for Women, the chairs of the Minority Affairs Committee, Women Faculty of the School of Medicine, and the University Advisory Council on Women or their designees, and others as shall be determined by the elected members of the committee.
2) The Faculty Senate Executive Committee shall appoint a chair of the Committee on Women Faculty.
3) The committee shall act in an oversight and advisory capacity and shall monitor all issues regarding parity for women faculty.
4) The Committee shall report to the Faculty Senate at least once during each academic year."