NYSAWA is proud to host its Phenomenal Women virtual event for a third year to celebrate women leaders across New York state. Speaker nominations will be accepted through Dec. 8, 2023. Do you know a woman leader with big ideas? We would love to hear from you. Nominate a leader to present at our upcoming …
Community and connections have made all the difference on assistant school principals Diantha Barone and Christine Rascona’s leadership paths.
Hear more from Dr. Vicma (Vicky) Ramos, NYSAWA member and district superintendent of the Wayne-Finger Lakes BOCES, at our Leading Forward Conference July 11-12!
We are pleased to announce the revival of the NYSAWA Mid-Hudson Valley affiliate! We are excited to bring this valuable resource back to our members in the region.
Learn about our institutional membership bundles that allow you and your colleagues to join NYSAWA together at a cost-saving rate.
Equity in terms of students’ access to learning and resources—and for people in or striving for leadership roles in education—are goals that motivate Assistant Superintendent Michael Doughty’s work as an educator and leader.
March is Women in the Trades Month, a time to celebrate the accomplishments of women forging a path in the trades and those who support them along the way. Hear from Michele Friedman about being one of CTE’s biggest supporters.
Education Consultant Adele Bovard says a way change the power paradigm for women is one word at a time.
Educators, education leaders and education advocates across the country are joining together in celebrating public schools, Feb. 27–March 3; a week designated to highlight and show support for our local public schools. Public Schools Week 2023 (#PSW23) is part of a larger campaign—#HerefortheKids—one that shines a light on local public schools and shares the stories …
“Never count a scholar out” is a phrase that tops Shelette Pleat’s Twitter bio—and is the North Star guiding her leadership.