Club corner: Spilling the T.E.A. at Queens

women's brunchWho runs the world? Girls!

The thoughts, emotions and actions club (T.E.A.) aims to inspire women to come together to workshop ideas and discuss important issues of the world.

The club was founded by Bailey Butters and is currently run by two executive leaders, freshmen Mona Dougani and Izzy Harvey.

“My purpose was simply to gather a circle of women,” Bailey said, “where they could connect, prosper and grow through conversations and workshops.” Connecting with other women, expressing thoughts, and putting those thoughts into action is what makes this club so successful.

Queens is the pilot location for the T.E.A. organization, and Bailey hopes to expand to other surrounding colleges in the near future. The organization will continue to hold numerous empowerment events where women can express their thoughts and perspectives on different topics.

On March 23, T.E.A. Club at Queens hosted the 2nd Annual Celebrating Women Brunch (pictured above). Bailey and her team were very excited to participate in this event and were able to raise money for the Safe Alliance Foundation.

Questions about T.E.A. can be answered by buttersb@queens.edu.

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