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Women’s Leadership in a New Era

by Adrianna Kezar

Leaders in student affairs have embraced new notions of leadership as collaborative, non-hierarchical, collective and focused on social justice and change. Well not everyone, but certainly I find leaders in student affairs strongly align with new ideas about leadership embodied in models such as Helen Astin’s social change model of leadership or Allen and Cherrey’s systemic leadership. 883 more words


We Ask the Board of Trustees to Delay the Decision to Go Co-ed

The following is a statement by Chatham alumna Sandy, Kurtizky ’73 about the impending co-ed decision. In it, she references the statement from Philadelphia area alumnae… 380 more words


Feminist Leadership vs. Feminine Leadership

by Heather Shea Gasser

As a feminist and social justice educator I began studying the interconnections between these concepts with our societal beliefs about “leadership” many years ago when I came to work as the director of a women’s center. 883 more words


Dear Esther - Part 7

Dear Esther,

On April 5, 2014, Carlow University announced the creation of an Institute for Women’s Leadership and Empowerment. Making the announcement, Suzanne Mellon, Carlow’s new president said, “There is a strong need to address the social and health disparities of women and the role that women’s leadership and voice can have for our community and the world. 705 more words


Women's Leadership Backlash

A wonderful post from a WomanOfScience friend on women’s leadership. In particular, women in academic administration. Choosing to go the administrator route may be an exit from the research track. 688 more words


The unconscious bias that impedes women's progress to the top

 The illusion of gender equality

You can pass all the laws you like about equality of the sexes but until we tackle our own internal stereotyping… 1,357 more words

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London Event aimed at leveling the playing field for women

Let’s make it a Level Playing Field

The conversation about why more women are not at the top of corporations, as CEOs and Board members continues to gather momentum, both in the UK and in most developed countries. 427 more words

Women's Leadership