What helps a community thrive?  Staying connected and empowering one another. Spread across the country and around the world, the HERS community is a diverse group that shares a passion for advancing women’s leadership in the academic sector and beyond.  From HERS Alumnae to senior women leaders in higher education, from organizations advocating for gender equality to associations committed to expanding access, the HERS online community is a rich resource of information and opportunities – developed for our growing community encouraging connections and empowerment.

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  • Jun 11
    3rd Biennial ILA Women & Leadership Conference
    Rhinebeck, NY
    12:00PM - Omega Institute

    ILA's 3rd Biennial Women and Leadership conference provides a critical forum for bringing together top scholars, leaders, and practitioners to discuss the latest research and work about women and leadership. The 2017 conference theme, Advancing Women in Leadership: Cultivating Our Whole Selves, encapsulates two essential elements of ILA's vibrant Women and Leadership Affinity Group (WLAG): cultivation and wholeness.

    HERS President and Executive Director Judith S. White will be presenting on a panel, "Identify, Develop, Encourage, Advance, Link and Support Women Leaders in Higher Education," on Monday, June 12, 10:30AM - 12:00PM. HERS is also a sponsor of the conference.

  • Jul 9
    Annual ALE Conference
    Charleston, SC
    12:00PM - Doubletreee by Hilton Hotel & Suites

    The 2017 conference will be held July 9-12 in Charleston, South Carolina. This year's conference theme is Cultivating Leadership Education for a Complex World. HERS is also a sponsor of the conference.


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  • Bryn Mawr Alumna Accepts New Appointment

    Kim Tobin (Bryn Mawr 2012) was named Vice President for Advancement at Colorado State University.  Her appointment will begin on July 1, 2017.

  • Denver Alumna Accepts New Position at VCU

    Dr. Vanessa B. Sheppard was named Chair and Professor of the Department of Health Behavior and Policy in the School of Medicine at Virginia Commonwealth University  and is the inaugural Associate Director for Disparities Research at VCU’s Massey Cancer Center.