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  • 1. Gail A. Cole-Avent, PhD Asst. to the VP for Student Affairs University Ombudsperson University of Miami• Established a new departmental office, services, and programming opportunities for Veteran students.• Honored as the Administrator of the Year from the Association of Greek Letter Organizations & the Advisor of the Year from Golden Key International Honour Society, Region III.• Mentored two undergraduate students who began student affairs graduate programs at Ohio State and LSU.• Taking Salsa lessons and learning the Rueda de Casino. Recently promoted to level 4 .
  • 2. Beth Lingren Clark, Ph.D. Director, Orientation & First-Year Programs University of Minnesota – Twin Cities “WLI increased my awareness of the achievements ofwomen around me. It was a great reminder to be sure to lift them up and support their accomplishments! I also have come to terms with realizing that balance is notsomething that is possible to achieve, but I have learned to manage my energy!”
  • 3. Sumun L. Pendakur, Ed.D.Associate Dean for Institutional DiversityHarvey Mudd College(a Claremont College) 1. Published my first book chapter! 2. Got the dream job I visualized at WLI last year! A dean-level position, focused on institution-wide efforts for inclusion, equity, and access. 3. Going to be a mom! Baby boy due 3/1/13!
  • 4. Courtney Reynolds Area Coordinator Purdue University Trained for and ran a halfmarathon (and in doing so lost 45 pounds.) Applicable lesson: Love yourself. We are much more of aninspiration to those we lead when we take care of ourselves.
  • 5. Brandi P. JonesAssociate DeanSchool of Engineering & Applied SciencePrinceton University Since attending the Women’s Leadership Institute, I’ve learned the value of creating and fostering a strong network of women in higher education. My connection with women at WLI has been a veryimportant part of my success in a maledominated academic discipline. WLI is an opportunity to refuel, recharge, recommit, and reconnect with so many amazing women!
  • 6. Becca Obergefell Assistant Director Center for Student Involvement Ohio Dominican UniversityI’ve learned to be more open andauthentic about my struggles andmy victories. I’m learning to sharemy story and to create a place forothers to discover and share their voices.
  • 7. Ana M. RossettiDirector of Student Affairs, Stuart School of Business Illinois Institute of Technology Since attending WLI 2011 I: Discovered my voice as a professional woman that lifts others #wlsalt @AnaMRossetti
  • 8. Nichole LewisDirector, Belk Professional Development CenterSaint Augustine’s University•Awarded “StudentAdvocate of the Year-Staff”•Appointed to University’sCurriculum Council•Began a Doctoral Programin Higher EducationLeadership WLI 11 attendee
  • 9. • I was promoted • I attended NASPA Alice Manicur Symposium • I was sought out as a mentor (And I continued to connect with amazing women across the field!)Niki RudolphDirector of Student AffairsMichigan State UniversityWLI 2010, Amelia Island
  • 10. Accomplishment: Began Ph.D. program in Leadership for Higher Education Capella University, March 2012Cynthia Polk-JohnsonAssociate Vice-President/Dean ofStudentsBethune-Cookman University
  • 11. Carolyn Golz Senior Associate Dean of Students Director of Residence Life Lake Forest CollegePromoted to Senior Associate Dean of Students and asked to lead the Office of Residence Life.Reorganized department and in the process of rethinking housing plan.
  • 12. Kelley StierAssociate Director of Student Services & LeadershipDevelopment, Purdue University• Presented on Twitter at a regional conference with fellow #WLI11 attendee• Accepted an Associate Director position in graduate business student services• Became active in my community via volunteer opportunities• Built confidence in myself
  • 13. Adrienne Blanco Budget Manager, Academic Affairs Loyola University New Orleans I achieved an awareness and self-confidence inknowing that I can and do make an impact on my campus everyday.
  • 14. Ann Marie Klotz Director, Residential EducationOregon State University• New Job! Moved across the country.• Went from “Doctoral Student” to “Doctoral Candidate”• Recipient of the HERSTORY Award from ACUHO-I• Asked to serve as faculty at WLI 2012• Contributed a book chapter in a multi-volume
  • 15. Robyn Kaplan Associate Director, Office of Student Leadership & Activities Hofstra University Ive achieved ownership over my work/life balance, realizing that balance doesnt come naturally - butrather, its a choice. When I need to, I choose work and when I want to, I choose life. I experience both with a lack of guilt that so often stands in the way of our own happiness and productivity. As I mentioned after lastyears WLI, if we are fortunate enough to see tomorrow, we should live today with intention.
  • 16. { Melissa Robertson Area Coordinator, Purdue University Since attending #WLI11: • Over 300 new professional contacts on Twitter (many of which have resulted in extensive phone, email, and Skype conversations!) • 3 conference presentations with women specifically linked through the WLI network • Involvement and volunteer work with a professional association, encouraged by my WLI connections
  • 17. Katie TudiniSenior International StudentAdvisorGeorgia Institute ofTechnology• Promoted to Sr. Advisor• Gained Management responsibilities• Participant in the Baden- Württemberg Seminar in Germany
  • 18. At WLI, I learned- "You ve got to learn where money comes from, how it works, and how to get more of it."-I enrolled in the UO Financial Stewardship Institute, so Ican be a more effective supervisor and budget manager. (and Im enjoying it!)Kristen GleasonClub Sports DirectorUniversity of Oregon WLI 2011
  • 19. Paulette BlumbergAssociate Vice President for Administration and Finance(interim)California State University Fullerton Negotiated the interim associate VP position in January 2012~Held the Executive Assistant to the VP position for 5 years prior).
  • 20. Jodi ScottSenior Planner, University of British Columbia My department waseliminated & I was offered another job – and a promotion!
  • 21. Learn more: WLI