NJ ACE Welcomes New Board Members

August 21, 2023—The NJ ACE Women’s Network officially welcomed a dozen new board members to its leadership team, including a range of experienced faculty members, staffers, and administrators. The group, led by chair Nicole Pulliam, Ph.D. (Monmouth University), and co-chair Akirah Fenimore (Seton Hall University), includes nine returning board members for the 2023-24 academic year. […]

Action and intention essential to leading with authenticity, purpose

Leading with purpose and authenticity is not always easy—but it is necessary, especially as women in higher education look to advance and bring others with them along the way. That was just one of the many important takeaways shared by three New Jersey college presidents at the NJ ACE Women’s Network recent leadership conference, hosted […]

Leading with purpose, authenticity focus of 2023 NJACE conference

Leading is one thing. But leading with purpose and authenticity—especially in the face of enrollment challenges, economic pressures, policy shifts, and the needs of a growing list of stakeholders? Well, that’s a whole other topic—one that the New Jersey ACE Women’s Network is looking to tackle Friday, March 24 during its spring conference at Seton Hall University. “Leading with […]

2022 Women of Color Symposium

Higher education weathered the pandemic, but challenges persist. Now our institutions must grapple with a new wave of workplace pressures: “quiet quitting,” the Great Resignation, realignment thinking, and colleagues redefining how, when and why they work.  What does that mean for women in higher education? We are poised to become renaissance leaders as we re-order […]

Bloomfield hosts kickoff event

More than 50 higher education leaders representing institutions across New Jersey gathered at Bloomfield College for our 2022-23 kickoff in late September. Our wine and cheese social was hosted by Bloomfield College President Marcheta Evans, Ph.D. (also the presidential sponsor for NJ ACE) and drew professionals eager to connect and catch up. “It was a […]

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