Women and Institutional Leadership

August 7, 2019

Marcia Spiller, Senior Vice President for Academic and Student Life, Woodward Academy (GA) Claire Goldsmith, Executive Director, Malone Schools Online Network Anne-Marie Kee, Head of School, Lakefield College School (ON) While incredible professional women serve our institutions, a disproportionately small number serve in the highest leadership posts. We ask the question, "Why?" We examine perceived impediments toward advancement, strategies for growth, and empowerment of self and others.

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