Women in Leadership Survey
- by UTS Communications
UTS administrators often attend Association of Theological Schools (ATS) events. Experience shows that it is important for UTS to stay current with the conversations which are part of the theological landscape in North America. UTS has affiliate status with ATS
Robin James Graham, UTS Director of Institutional Advancement
Women in Leadership survey: what we found may not be what you think
The Association of Theological Schools (ATS) recently held a 20th anniversary celebration of its work in the Women in Leadership (WIL) initiative, and ATS staff shared findings from a major WIL research project, highlighting topics such as leadership pathways, networks of support, and harassment based on gender. Upcoming issues of Colloquy Online will feature discussion on these topics. This article focuses on program impact and suggests priorities for schools to consider. What kind of impact has the work of the ATS Women in Leadership program made over 20 years? Is the Association in a better place because of it?
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Deborah H. C. Gin is Director, Research and Faculty Development at The Association of Theological Schools in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.