Learn more about W.O.M.E.N.

Women On Maintaining Education and Nutrition (W.O.M.E.N.), founded by Wyatt-Morley in 1994, is dedicated to bridging service gaps to reduce health disparities.
  • Meet Catherine

    Author, Speaker, Mentor, Life Coach and Founding CEO of W.O.M.E.N.

    Catherine Wyatt-Morley is the founder, chief executive officer and heartbeat of Women On Maintaining Education and Nutrition, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit social service organization for the at-risk and HIV-positive community. In 1994, Wyatt-Morley founded Women On Reasons To Heal (W.O.R.T.H), the first and what has become the oldest HIV-positive women’s support group in Middle Tennessee. Wyatt-Morley’s authorship includes AIDS Memoir: Journal of an HIV-Positive Mother, Positive People Combating HIV/AIDS, My Life With AIDS: Tragedy to Triumph and I Am The Product of Rape-A Memoir.
    Catherine’s Story
  • Meet Jalyon

    Writer, Speaker, Activist, Mentor and Author of Epilogue: Burning House

    Critical to the success of Women On Maintaining Education and Nutrition, a 501(c) 3 nonprofit social service organization, Jalyon Welsh-Cole has served the community in her position as Director since 2010. Strategically placed in her position Welsh-Cole has dreams of taking over the family business. As a proactive leader, created to serve, Jalyon assesses the service need and gets the job done. There is not a challenge she has not been able to take on and this energy she brings makes it easy for anyone she assists/mentors to feel right at home.
    Jalyon’s Story

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