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The complexity of a college or university requires that its leadership have constant availability; thus, leaders are always representing the institution. How do leaders—women in particular—craft and maintain a healthy work-life balance?
With many responsibilities, presidents of higher education institutions often have workdays of 12 hours or more, plus weekend commitments. Campus safety, enrollment, strategic financing, crisis management, accreditation, student life, athletics, alumni affairs, learning outcomes, academic freedom, and community engagement are just some of the day-to-day obstacles leaders face during their tenure. While challenging, the job is also rewarding thanks to the accomplishments of graduates, the philanthropic support of donors, and the national and international recognition of faculty and staff.
Join us for the newest event in the 2023 Women’s Leadership Speaker Series as our panel discusses women in leadership and how to best support their well-being.