Baylor To Hold 2nd Annual Women's Leadership SummitMarch 19, 2009
by Lauren Venegas, student newswriter, (254) 710-6805
"Leadership for Tomorrow," the 2nd annual Baylor University Women's Leadership Summit featuring women leaders from faculty and staff at Baylor, will be held 9 a.m. to 3 p.m., Saturday, March 21, in the Cashion Business Center in the Hankamer School of Business on the Baylor campus. The Leadership Summit is hosted by Multicultural Affairs and Student Activities with the Baylor Activities Council.
The goal of this summit is "to provide Baylor women with an understanding of the past accomplishments of women in our society and to inspire them to pursue their personal and professional dreams. By providing examples of strong women leaders from within the Baylor family, we hope to motivate women leaders of tomorrow."
Eileen M. Bentsen, MLIS, MA, Assistant Librarian
Ramona Curtis, Director for Leader Development & Civic Engagement
Dr. Mary Darden, Author of Beyond 2020:Envisioning the Future of Universities in America
Dr. Jacqueline Dove, postdoctoral Research Fellow, Mind-Body Medicine Research Laboratory
Ester Flores, LMSW, Doctoral Candidate, Faculty member in the School of Social Work
Dr. Leslie Hahner, Instructor in the Department of Communication Studies
Tyler Horner, Department of Family and Consumer Sciences
Dr. Leah Jackson, Associate Dean of the Baylor Law School
Rebecca Kennedy, Director for University Missions
Dr. Karla Leeper, Chief of Staff to the President
Emily Mills, author Radiant Bride & Co-Founder of www.jesussaidlove.com
Professor Kay Mueller, Director, Gender Studies Minor
Dr. Elizabeth Palacios, Dean of Student Development
Melissa Shehane, Associate Director, Leader Development & Civic Engagement
The Baylor Women's Leadership Summit is made possible by Baylor University Libraries, Baylor Law School, Campus Recreation, department of history, Department of Student Learning and Engagement, Office of the President and Office of the Vice President for Student Life.
Admission to the summit is free to all Baylor students, faculty and staff. To register and for more information, visit http://www.baylor.edu/student_activities/campus_programs/ or call the department of Student Activities at (254) 710-2371.