Kramer Hall to Host ‘Female Athletes Journey Toward Equity’ for Women’s History Month

For Immediate Release;

Contact:         Christina Butterfield
                        News and Media Relations
                        Galloway, N.J. 08205
                        (609) 626-3845

 Galloway, NJ – Stockton University’s Kramer Hall will host a Lunch & Learn titled, “Female Athletes Journey Toward Equity” to celebrate Women’s History Month. The free event will be held Wednesday, March 29 at noon at Kramer Hall, located at 30 Front St. in Hammonton, N.J.

The Lunch & Learn will be facilitated by Eileen Conran-Folks, director of Stockton’s Hammonton and Manahawkin locations and adjunct instructor in the university’s School of General Studies. Her doctoral and teaching research focused on Title IX and Equity in Athletics.

Conran-Folks will examine women in sports dating back to 1854 and discuss their journey through the Women’s Suffrage Movement; Women’s Equality Day, which inaugurated in 1971; and the successes of modern notable female athletes.

Conran-Folks has worked in higher education for over 35 years, including nine years as a college administrator at Temple University and 26 years at Stockton University.

She has served in several senior management positions at Stockton including dean of students and assistant vice president for the Division of Student Affairs. She also served as a liaison for the Division of Student Affairs on major construction projects including Stockton’s Sports Center, Campus Center and two state-of-the-art housing complexes, as well as a project manager for the Kramer Hall and Manahawkin locations.

The event is free and open to the public. Light refreshments will be served. Seating is limited. RSVP at

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