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ACE Women’s Forum to Focus on Leadership Skills, Executive Search Process

July 29, 2014


Early Bird Registration Still Available

​Early bird registration is open through Aug. 15 for ACE’s Regional Women’s Leadership Forum, scheduled for Oct. 29-31, in Seattle. This event, which will launch the Washington State ACE Women’s Network, is being held in collaboration with the University of Washington and Washington State University.

Space is limited, so mid-level women administrators (typically department chairs, directors, and assistant/associate deans) who want to advance in higher education administration should register early to secure a spot in this interactive leadership program. .

At the forum, participants will:

  • Hone leadership skills in critical areas such as fundraising, risk management, crisis response and strategic planning.
  • Receive practical training, including curriculum vitae/résumé critiques and mock interviews.
  • Learn about the search process for senior-level positions through candid conversations with search firm executives.
  • Reflect on career next steps.
  • Gain a better understanding of the inherent rewards and challenges of senior-level administrative positions, including the college or university presidency, through exposure to outstanding women leaders who share their experiences and serve as role models.

To apply now or learn more, click here.

For more information about the Seattle or other upcoming regional forums, email or call 202-939-9390.

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