Mission Statement: W.O.M.E.N., Inc. of Nashville, Tennessee bridges service gaps to reduce health disparities.
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Nashville Based Author and CEO Featured in National Publication
(Nashville, Tenn. – November 12, 2013) Catherine Wyatt-Morley, Founder/CEO of the Nashville based 501 (c)3, Women On Maintaining Education and Nutrition (W.O.M.E.N.), will be featured in the nationally recognized publication A&U Magazine discussing her life’s journey, and most importantly her vision for the future.
Catherine Wyatt-Morley has been leading the charge for those infected and affected by HIV/AIDS in Nashville and around the world for almost 20 years. To this day, Women On Maintaining Education and Nutrition remains the only organization in the south founded, administered and organized by an African American mother living with AIDS. Catherine Wyatt-Morley is being featured not only due to her past success, but largely in part to where her organization is heading.
“The past 20 years of W.O.M.E.N. has been leading up to W.O.M.E.N.’s H.O.U.S.E. – a holistic approach to comprehensive services that link treatment and prevention in one location. Driven by research, W.O.M.E.N.’s H.O.U.S.E will feature an enhanced program that focuses on mind, body and spirit, while also building self-esteem and empowering women in a structured, nontraditional environment. This is something that has never been done before and A&U is my platform to introduce W.O.M.E.N’s H.O.U.S.E. with the world” says Catherine Wyatt-Morley.
The mission of Art & Understanding, Inc.’s A&U magazine is to collect, archive, publish and distribute the growing body of art, activism, and current events emanating from the AIDS pandemic. It was created for the HIV-affected community.
The issue of A&U Magazine featuring Catherine Wyatt-Morley is available now. Digital issues of A&U are available online at www.aumag.org and copies of the publication can be requested at (518) 426-9010 or by e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org.
About Women On Maintaining Education and Nutrition
Women On Maintaining Education and Nutrition (W.O.M.E.N.) is a 501(c) 3 non-profit, which was founded in 1994 with the mission to bridge service gaps to reduce health disparities. Wyatt-Morley’s desire to create a safe place for women, mothers and families remains the central focus of programs and services. W.O.M.E.N. remains community-based, with all programs emphasizing peer-based advocacy. Its purpose is to provide HIV counseling/testing/referral, support, education, and nutrition services for people infected and affected by HIV/AIDS as well as those at risk for the infection.