Our Driving Transformation All-Access package is well suited for women who are Deans, Associate Vice Presidents, and other executive-level leaders.
Join us April 24-27 or May 1-4 for a virtual professional development program for women leaders across academe. This groundbreaking program will not only help women in executive-level leadership roles navigate the challenges of operating at the helm, but think strategically about their ability to transform the systems from an intersectional lens.
Your All-Access purchase includes:
- One four-hour interactive workshop intensive
- One five-hour high-level virtual summit
Advancing Women's Leadership in Higher Education, a Chronicle article collection
- A physical copy of Melanie Ho's book, Beyond Leaning In: Gender Equity & What Organizations are Up Against
- One-hour capstone networking webinar hosted in the summer of 2023
This program will be offered in two separate sessions to accommodate the busy schedules of women in leadership roles.
- Driving Transformation Workshop Intensive - April 25, 12 PM - 4:30 PM ET
- Bridging the Gap Summit - April 27, 12 PM - 6 PM ET
- Driving Transformation Workshop Intensive - May 2, 12 PM - 4:30 PM ET
- Bridging the Gap Summit - May 4, 12 PM - 6 PM ET
Participants from both sessions will be invited to a networking capstone event in the summer of 2023 to reconvene with peers, evaluate the progress made towards their commitments from the spring, and to share best practices for the path forward.
Driving Transformation Workshop Intensive
Our Driving Transformation Intensives on April 25 and May 2 are designed to focus on the unique challenges of women in executive-level academic leadership roles. Through presentations, collaborative breakouts, and guided exercises, the intensive will explore stakeholder management, executive presence, and more.
Bridging the Gap Summit
The Bridging the Gap Summits on April 27 and May 4 will bring together women from across leadership levels and their allies for a series of important exercises and conversations around systemic barriers, intersectional viewpoints, and transformational ideas.
All Zoom links and event access instructions will be sent to participants separately.
Discounted rates and custom programming are available for groups of 10 or more. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
If you are registering on behalf of someone else, please email email@example.com with the event attendee's first/last name, email address, title, and institution.
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Refund Policy: For planning purposes, there are no refunds for missed sessions.