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Saturday, May 18 • 9:00am - 10:00am
Smashing the Glass Ceiling with Purpose and Determination!

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Women constitute a majority of the U. S. Population.  We are 50.8 percent of the population of the United States and though we are highly educated, American women lag substantially behind men in terms of their representation in leadership positions.
Gender diversity, via women’s leadership in the workplace, is critical because girls and women require role models, women offer distinctively important mentorship and sponsorship, and women have a positive impact on workplace culture and politics. Women’s leadership in education and its potential for positively impacting children is critically important to closing opportunity gaps.
Whether you are interested in becoming a first-year site administrator, district level administrator, or seeking to move into that senior management position, this session will focus on how to get you there. Topics will include strategies and advice on what is takes to obtain that leadership position focusing on lessons learned while working in Human Resources.

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Rosa Coronado

Assistant Superintendent, CALSA
Dr. Rosa E. Coronado is a Senior Level Administrator with over 15 years of experience including site/district/county office roles.  She received her BA in U.S. History (Women’s Studies minor) and an MA in Urban High School Leadership from San Jose State University.  Dr. Coronado... Read More →

Saturday May 18, 2019 9:00am - 10:00am
Salon 3

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