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Men, Talk To Your Sons

Warning: this post may be difficult for some people to read.  This was written in October, 2017.

I’ve been having some very real and raw conversations with my 15 year-old son the last few weeks.  454 more words

Boy Scouts of America welcomes 1,000s of girls as Cub Scouts following gender policy change

DURHAM, N.H. — Ten-year-old twins Tatum and Ian Weir aren’t about to let matching, minor injuries deter them from their goal of becoming the first sister-brother pair of Eagle Scouts. 945 more words



Tonight was the start of the national Emerging Architects Tour, and I went along to listen to Michael Gay and Anthony Balsamo talk through their emerging architectural journeys. 539 more words


Taking the Museum Gender Equity Pulse in Texas

Texas may not have originated the phrase “Go big or go home,” but it could have. It’s a big place, bigger than France. Last week Leadership Matters traveled to Houston for the Texas Association of Museums (TAM) annual meeting where we keynoted day two for 550 museum folk from all corners of the state. 557 more words


NYU Center for Ballet Announcement


Virginia B. Toulmin Foundation Doubles Funding of Fellowship for Women Leaders in Dance at the Center for Ballet and the Arts at NYU… 433 more words


Why April 10, 2018 Matters

April 10 was equal pay day for white women working in the museum world. That’s the day they make as much as their white, male colleagues did in 2017. 698 more words


White Men Are Still Over-Represented In School Leadership

White men are still over-represented in school leadership positions, although the number of female and ethnic minority leaders is slowly increasing.

Although teaching has long been a female-dominated profession, men are more likely to occupy leadership roles, with the difference particularly pronounced at principal-level, according to new figures. 10 more words