Women in Leadership Symposium

POSTED: November 6, 2017Category: AISA ArticlesBY: Richard Moire

ALC Pre-Conference: 1st March, 2018

All schools benefit from a varied and diverse workforce and all children deserve successful role modles that reflect the richness of humanity.

Women are under-represented in senior leadership positions across the AISA family of schools. We want to change this.

AISA is faciitating a one day symposium that will:

  1. Celebrate the many achievements of women in leadership roles in AISA schools
  2. Explore internal and external obstacles and blocks that may hold women back from leadership roles
  3. Explore which leadership roles appeal, why, and how to achieve them
  4. Practice application and interview skills
  5. Workshop promoting our skills, strenghts and suitability to leadership roles


 Kim Rayl

Kim Rayl, American International School of Lagos

Symposium Convenor

Pauline OBrien

Pauline O’Brien, Council of International Schools

Identifying & Realising My Next Leadership Role

Mary Russman

Mary Russman, US Department of State

Overcoming External & Internal Obstacles


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