PIQUA – Edison State Community College will host the 21st annual American Council on Education Women’s Network–Ohio (ACE WNO) Conference on Friday, Nov. 1, 2019, at the Piqua Country Club from 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m.
The conference includes a presidential panel moderated by Dr. Larson of Edison State Community College and showcasing the experiences of Dr. Jackson-Hammond of Central State University, Dr. Young of Hocking College, Dr. McCory of Cuyahoga Community College and Dr. B. Schrader of Wright State University.
The conference will also feature sessions on “Executive Presence: Showing Up” presented by Dr. Verna Fitzsimmons, H.E.R.S; “Negotiation Strategies for Women,” “Finding Our Voices: Speaking Up to Bias in the Academy,” “So Now You’re a Fundraiser,” and more.
The ACE Women’s Network–Ohio is a network of women administrators, faculty, and staff from college and universities across the state that is dedicated to the professional advancement of women. Through representatives, conferences, workshops, and other resources, ACE Women’s Network–Ohio is committed to improving the status of women on campus and throughout higher education. ACE Women’s Network–Ohio supports the mission of the Inclusive Excellence Group and the American Council on Education.
For more information or to register to attend, visit www.aceohiowomen.org. Conference registration includes an evening reception at Edison State Community College on Thursday, Oct. 31.