Rethinking Accountability in Shared Equity Leadership
9/29/2022 1:00 PM
9/29/2022 2:00 PM
Format: Online
Program Type: Webinar

Webinars are free, 30- to 90-minute virtual events. ACE experts, campus leaders, and other voices from within and beyond higher education discuss critical questions and promising practices around a timely topic. Registrants have the opportunity to share their questions during the live event and to access the recording afterward.

About the Webinar

​​​​​​I​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​n this webinar, leading scholars and practitioners will share insights from the recently released report, Shared Responsibility Means Shared Accountability: Rethinking Accountability Within Shared Equity Leadership (PDF). 

Expert panelists will discuss the ways that they are rethinking accountability both on campus and among other stakeholders, including boards and accreditors. Panelists will also discuss the broader landscape of higher education accountability and how these efforts reflect future directions in the field. 

Participants will learn about common challenges campuses face while determining accountability in practicing shared equity leadership, as well as strategies for effectively tracking and measuring progress.

About Shared Equity Leadership

Shared equity leadership (SEL) is a collective process by which equity becomes everyone’s work, rather than being relegated or siloed in one office or one leader’s portfolio. SEL includes multiple people in the work of leadership to accomplish an i​nstitution’s equity goals—work is shared or distributed among this group rather than falling solely on the shoulders of a single individual. Learn more about SEL on the Shared Equity Leadership page​


This webinar is free but advance registration is required.