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February 2: Women’s Leadership Series Part I: Sharing Leadership Insights from HERS Institutes

The Women & Gender Collaborative in collaboration with the Office of the Vice President for Diversity and the Office for Equal Opportunity will sponsor the Women’s Leadership Series Part 1: Sharing Leadership Insights from HERS Institutes.

The Women’s Leadership Series is a three-part series that highlights the experiences and stories of remarkable women leaders at Colorado State University to provide insights on foundations of leadership for members of our campus community. Each session will feature a panel of guests and focus on a specific theme – leadership lessons learned from attending HERS Institutes; understanding how money flows through the University; and navigating systems as an outsider within.

The Women’s Leadership Series Part 1: Sharing Leadership Insights from HERS Institutes: Each year, CSU sponsors one or two women employees to attend a HERS Institute to enhance their leadership skills and support their careers in higher education. Participants consistently note the rich insights and and transformative experiences gained while attending a HERS Institute. This session provides an opportunity for HERS alumnae to share their experiences with attendees by describing significant lessons learned and how important insights have been applied to their work and leadership at CSU.

Women’s Leadership Series Part 1: Sharing Leadership Insights from HERS Institutes 
Friday, February 2nd
Lunch available at 11:00am
Program: 11:o0am-1:00pm
Cherokee Park Ballroom – LSC

Facilitator: Maricela DeMirjyn

Panel of HERS alumnae: Kelly Long, Shannon Archibeque-Engle, Gaye DiGregorio, and Mary Vogl

Registration is required for each session: go to classes and registration instructions to sign up for one or all three sessions.

Lunch will be provided starting at 11:00 with the program starting shortly thereafter. Please plan to arrive on time to get food and seated at a table before the program begins.

Sessions may be recorded for archival purposes and to be used as future resources.

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