Stetson to host FLOWHE 2012 State Conference
October 05, 2012
The Florida Office of Women in Higher Education (FLOWHE) 2012 State Conference will be held on Friday, Oct. 12, on the historic DeLand campus of Stetson University, ranked third in the South by the U.S. News & World Report 2013 edition. Participating in the presidential panel on Career Paths to Senior Leadership and the Presidency, will be Stetson University President Wendy B. Libby, Dr. Maggie Cabral-Maly, President, Florida State College at Jacksonville, and Dr. Margaret Sullivan, Regional Chancellor, Retired, University of South Florida—St. Petersburg.
Besides the ample opportunity to connect with colleagues from Florida’s colleges and universities, the conference will address the following topics:
- Challenging Personnel Issues & Conflict Resolution
- Career Paths to Senior Leadership
- Diversifying Your Campus through Purposeful Leadership
- Negotiating for Success
- Best Practices & Pitfalls in Career Planning & Job Searches: A Session with National Search Consultants
Speakers for the conference represent the following institutions and organizations:
- Academic Search, Inc.
- Alden & Associates, Inc.
- Rent Consulting Group, LLC
- Southern Association of Colleges and Schools
- Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University
- Florida International University
- Florida State College
- University of Miami
- University of South Florida
- University of West Florida
- University of North Florida
- Stetson University
- St. Thomas University
FLOWHE is an Affinity Group of the American Council on Education (ACE) and as such, promotes the ideals of the ACE Women’s Network to:
- Identify women leaders
- Develop their leadership abilities
- Encourage the use of those abilities
- Advance women’s careers
- Link them to other women and mentors
- Support women throughout their careers
FLOWHE is led by Dr. Beatriz Gonzalez Robinson, Executive Board Chair and Vice President for Planning & Enrollment at St. Thomas University, Dr. Angela McCorvey, North Region Chair and Associate Vice President for Diversity & International Education and Programs at the University of West Florida, Dr. Nancee Bailey, Central Region Chair and Associate Vice President for Student Affairs at Embry Riddle University, and Dr. Robin Lovett, Associate Professor of Social Sciences and Sociology at St. Thomas University.
For more information and to register: www.stu.edu/flowhe.