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Workshop: Women in Leadership (LA)

Women in Leadership (LA)

3rd Annual Conference | 2015

Theme: Finding Your Authentic Voice

thesis topics on vitiligo enter Leading is a complicated challenge. We want to be respected and liked; visionary and detail-orientated; tough and compassionate. Yet the reality of our roles forces us to face complicated dilemmas and conflicting priorities that can challenge how genuinely we are able to lead. So the question we must ask ourselves is: go here How can I navigate the complexities of my role– whether as a teacher or an administrator– while leading with integrity? During this one-day conference for independent school women, pharm we will probe this question and discover how our personal and professional journeys shape who we are. We will also explore how to harness the power of our stories and professional relationships in order to lead authentically.

effect chloramphenicol protein synthesis This year’s agenda includes:

  • Keynote by value of games and sports essay Ann McElaney-Johnson, President of Mount St. Mary’s College and author of the Report on the Status of Women and Girls in California
  • “In Conversation:”  thesis dedication for son Karen Eshoo (Head of Vista Mar School) and dissertation ucla Elizabeth McGregor (Head of Westridge School)
  • Small group sessions, networking opportunities, and more!  


Dr. Ann McElaney-Johnson

Dr. Ann McElaney-Johnson Dr. Ann McElaney-Johnson is the 12th president of Mount St. Mary's College, the only women’s college in Los Angeles. Dr. Ann McElaney-Johnson has over 25 years of service to liberal arts colleges throughout the country. She earned her PhD from the University of Wisconsin-Madison, her Master’s degree from Middlebury College, Vermont, and her Bachelor of Arts from the College of the Holy Cross, Massachusetts. She is recognized as a thought leader for women’s issues and a champion for innovative teaching and learning.

Karen Eshoo

Karen Eshoo

proofreading essays services Karen Eshoo is Head of School at Vistamar School in El Segundo, California. She spent 20 years as an educator and administrator in independent schools, most recently as the Assistant Head of School at the well-regarded Lick-Wilmerding High School in San Francisco. Karen has Masters degrees in Education and History from Stanford University and is completing a doctorate in Education at UC Berkeley on the role of diversity in private schools.
Elizabeth McGregor

Elizabeth McGregor

Elizabeth J. McGregor was appointed the 11th head of Westridge School in July 2009. Born and raised in England, Liz attended an all-girls high school and earned a Bachelor of Education degree and Certificate in Education from the University of London. Liz later moved to the United States, where she completed her Master of Education degree at Columbia University's Teachers College. Her career has encompassed teaching students from kindergarten through 12th grade in South Africa, New York, Connecticut, and Southern California.
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