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Socially Integrating Faculty and Staff

I’m in the process of rethinking new-program development. Due to organizational changes and new initiatives that might impact my time, I have been asked not to roll out additional programs. 286 more words

Manos Angel Bootcamp Opportunity

As we women build our entrepreneurial culture, one of the values we certainly want to embody is inclusiveness. Our new business culture will be stronger and more interesting if we connect with all groups that are working hard for visibility and representation. 151 more words

Women's Leadership

Moms Make Great Employees

After Dr. Geeta Kadambi passed the patent bar, she received a good job offer from a law firm. Yet, in that moment, she realized that what she really wanted to do was start her own company, where she could implement her own values. 318 more words

Startup Culture

No More, "I'm Late!"

by Jennifer Stripe Portillo

One morning a few months back, I stopped by the office of one of the department chairs at my institution.  She and I had been trying to connect all week to discuss a student matter and just kept missing one another.  438 more words


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