Do you feel pressure to “do it all” to feel successful at home and in the office? Michelle Walsh, Ed.D., shares six guiding principles that have helped her emerge as a respected, approachable leader.
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.
All current and aspiring educational leaders need a curated support team to help them learn and grow. Learn more about who should be on your team.
Educators and educational leaders are invited to NYSAWA’s Leading Forward gathering, happening July 11 and 12 at the Woodcliff Hotel and Spa in Fairport.
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.
Nearly 200 attendees tuned into our second annual NYSAWA Celebrates Phenomenal Women virtual event on Wednesday, Feb. 8. Participants heard from women leaders Sujata Chaudhry, founder of Tangible Development; Nerlande Anselme, Assistant Superintendent of Rush-Henrietta Central School District; Dr. Monique Darrisaw-Akil, Superintendent of Uniondale Union Free School District; and Anita Murphy, District Superintendent of Capital …
“Never count a scholar out” is a phrase that tops Shelette Pleat’s Twitter bio—and is the North Star guiding her leadership.
Helping individuals step confidently into educational leadership roles is top of mind for Broome-Tioga BOCES’ District Superintendent Rebecca Stone.
Uplifting students and their families and fostering a strong community is what principal Dana Manna holds dear.