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Webinar: ACE Women's Speaker Series - Intersectionality and Women of Color in Higher Education Leadership
Today’s challenges require leadership that is well-respected, well-positioned, and well-resourced at the institutional level to identify and implement meaningful strategies.

Representing only 5.4 percent of top executive officers at non-minority serving institutions, women of color experience leadership roles quite differently from men and white women leaders. Based on the pioneering work of Kimberlé Crenshaw, intersectionality provides a prism, or lens, to better understand how the intersection of sexism and racism impacts women of color.

Join us for the fourth installment in the Women’s Leadership Speaker Series, as Maria Gallo, president of the ACE Women’s Network Executive Council, engages in dialogue with three distinguished women of color in executive leadership roles. Be inspired by the conversation featuring Belle Wheelan, president of SACSCOC, Judy Miner, chancellor of Foothill-De Anza Community College System, and Paulette Dilworth, chief diversity officer at the University of Alabama, Birmingham.

Sep 28, 2022 02:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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