President and Co-Founder, Sarah E. Cornish is an Associate Professor of English and Director of Graduate Studies at the University of Northern Colorado where she teaches courses in transatlantic modernism, modern women writers, and film studies. She is co-founder of the Feminist inter/Modernist Association, and her research on the modern city and material culture in interwar and midcentury literature and film focuses particularly on women writers and makers. Her articles and reviews have been published in Feminist Modernist Studies, Twentieth Century Literature, Virginia Woolf Miscellany, The Space Between Journal, Woolf Studies Annual, and The Rocky Mountain Review. She has a chapter forthcoming in the MLA volume “Teaching Modernist Women’s Writing in English” edited by Janine Utell. She co-edited Woolf and the City: Selected Papers from the Nineteenth Annual Conference on Virginia Woolf (Clemson UP, 2010). Sarah organized the joint conference of The Space Between and FiMA at UNC in 2018. On Twitter, you can find Sarah @secornish and FiMA @FiMAssociation.
Julie Vandivere, Co-Founder, Bloomsburg University
(elections for officers will be held at the 2020 conference)