Second Annual New Hampshire Women in Higher Education Leadership Conference Friday, April 4 at UNH
By Jody Record, Campus Journal Editor
April 2, 2008
The New Hampshire Women in Higher Education (NHWHEL) spring conference titled “Woman
Leaders: Anticipating, Initiating and Creating Change” will take place
in Holloway Commons at the University of New Hampshire Friday, April 4, 2008
from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Seventy-five faculty, staff and administrators are expected to attend.
The keynote speaker is former New Hampshire Gov. Jeanne Shaheen. Other speakers
include Cynthia Forrest, dean of student services, Emerita, Framingham State
College; Nancy Archer Martin, senior search consultant, J. Robert Scott Executive
Search Firm and former president and CEO of Educational Management Network;
and Kathryn Dodge, executive director, NH Postsecondary Education Commission.
The conference will offer networking opportunities and discussion groups around
specific topics such as anticipating, initiating and creating change; leadership
and management; advancing your leadership portfolio through appreciative inquiry;
exploring strategies for expanding your professional portfolio; and anticipating
changes in accreditation.
During the luncheon, an award will be given to two women who exemplify characteristics
of an outstanding leader or an emerging professional.
NHWHEL is affiliated with the American Council on Education, Office of Women
in Higher Education that supports the advancement of women’s leadership
in higher education on local, state and national levels.
Come join New Hampshire women leaders in a discussion around the critical
issue of women as change leaders in higher education. For more information,
please contact Ellanna Tallent at (603) 535-3267 or email@example.com.