Join the Book Study
Join us for the Center for Women in Leadership’s third national book study. The next book study facilitator’s meeting is June 6 at 7:30 p.m. ET. We will discuss She Leads, The Women’s Guide to a Career in Educational Leadership by Dr. Rachael George and Majalise Tolan. For more information on becoming a book study facilitator or joining a book study, please contact Honor Fede at firstname.lastname@example.org. To take part in the book study, you must first join the community of practice to participate. Sign up below.
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Meet the Fellows
Maryland State Department of Education Expert Reviewer; Delaware Education Associate for School Leadership; NAESP Center for Women in Leadership Fellow; and NAESP Mastermind Facilitator
NAESP Center for Women in Leadership Fellow and Principal
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