Posts tagged “Leadership”

Billie Jean King: A Model of Authentic Leadership

Billie Jean King: A Model of Authentic Leadership

February 6 will mark more than three decades of celebrating National Girls & Women in Sports Day (NGWSD). Powered by...

In Our Pursuit to Become Women Leading, Are We Instead Becoming Women Worn Out?

In Our Pursuit to Become Women Leading, Are We Instead Becoming Women Worn Out?

Each new school year begins with positive spirit and bustling activity. It can be energizing to get caught up in...

Lessons from Iceland, the World’s Most Women-Empowering Nation

Lessons from Iceland, the World’s Most Women-Empowering Nation

As we celebrate International Women’s Day, I find myself thinking about role models who inspire gender equity and encourage political...

Girls’ Schools Redefine Leadership: Part 2 of 2

Girls’ Schools Redefine Leadership: Part 2 of 2

This article is part two of a two-part series on how leadership is viewed and taught in girls’ schools. Click...

Girls’ Schools Redefine Leadership: Part 1 of 2

Girls’ Schools Redefine Leadership: Part 1 of 2

This article is part one of a two-part series on how leadership is viewed and taught in girls’ schools. In...

Growing Up at a Girls’ School

Growing Up at a Girls’ School

I never could have imagined as a shy four-year-old in 2004, that I would turn into a confident, mature, and...

Imagine a World Where Girls See No Limits

Imagine a World Where Girls See No Limits

Imagine a world where female athletes, scientists, business executives, and politicians are household names as widely known as their male...

The Extraordinary Relevance of Girls’ Schools: Educating the “Missing Million” and the First Female President

The Extraordinary Relevance of Girls’ Schools: Educating the “Missing Million” and the First Female President

 “There has never been a better time to be female.” —Terri McCullough, Director of No Ceilings: The Full Participation Project,...

Women in the Philanthropic Driver’s Seat

Women in the Philanthropic Driver’s Seat

“It’s not just about being able to write a check. It’s being able to touch somebody’s life.”  – Oprah Winfrey,...

Helping Girls Find Their Political Voice

Helping Girls Find Their Political Voice

On November 8, 2016, thousands of young women currently attending or recently graduated from girls’ schools across the country will...

How Do Girls Learn Best?

How Do Girls Learn Best?

As a new school year begins, we’ve been thinking a lot about how girls learn best. In many ways, this...

Think Globally, Act Locally: Two Events Come Together to Improve Women’s Lives

Think Globally, Act Locally: Two Events Come Together to Improve Women’s Lives

Yesterday, I had the pleasure of welcoming several hundred people to Foxcroft School for the Middleburg Cherry Blossom Nanette’s Walk,...