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Moving the Needle Brochure

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Moving the Needle Brochure

December 30, 1899

​Thank you for joining the Moving the Needle: Advancing Women in Higher Education Leadership commitment. We appreciate your support of this important initiative. In this brochure, you will find highlighted information on the purpose and importance of the initiative. You can print and use this brochure as a takeaway during presentations, conferences, or other Moving the Needle events.

This brochure was designed to be displayed as a trifold. Once printed, fold the brochure in three sections using the front page as your guide.​​​​

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