Women's History Month

March is Women's History Month, and it is a time to recognize and celebrate the lives and contributions of American women. Throughout history, women have experienced intimidation and adversities with which few modern women are familiar. Through their steadfastness and courage, women have fought for change, such as gaining women's basic right to vote, reproductive freedom, and equal pay. Many of today's women show tremendous courage in their everyday lives. They have forged change, socially and personally, as well as in their local communities. In accordance with the national organization, Tallahassee Community College holds an annual celebration during which 10 community women and five current TCC female students are recognized for their outstanding leadership skills as well as their service to the community. 


We are honoring "Women Providing Healing, Promoting Hope"
Ceremony - March 9, 2022 at 6pm in the Tallahassee Community College Student Union Ballroom
Keynote speaker - Dr. Andrea Friall

Community Honorees:

  • Joedrecka Brown Speights
  • Genae Crump
  • Tatiana Daguillard
  • Lauren Faison-Clark
  • Jeanne' Freeman
  • Mary Griffin
  • Patricia McCray
  • Tsige Tadesse
  • Tracy A. Thomas


Student Honorees:

  • Shelly Allen
  • Annie Johnson
  • Zaria Meeks
  • Amaya Stewart
  • Isabella Rodriguez
Women’s History Month Student Honoree Form Click here


Click here to view the Past Honorees