Welcome!

Welcome to the New York State ACE Network for Women Leaders in Higher Education!

Click here to see a video welcome from the New York State Coordinator of the NYS ACE Women’s Network, Patricia Burlaud.

The ACE Women’s Network

The ACE Women’s Network is a national system of networks within each state, Puerto Rico, and the District of Columbia with the goal of advancing and supporting women in higher education. Each state network is led by a state coordinator who works with institutional representatives and at least one presidential sponsor to develop programs that identify, develop, encourage, advance, link, and support (IDEALS) women in higher education careers within that state.

Job Opportunity: Vice President for Enrollment, Hartwick College

Hartwick CollegeVICE PRESIDENT FOR ENROLLMENT MANAGEMENT

Hartwick College, a selective, private liberal arts college in Oneonta, New York, invites nominations, applications, and expressions of interest for the position of Vice President for Enrollment Management. The new Vice President will have the opportunity to work with a stable enrollment management staff and play a leadership role in a welcoming community of faculty, staff, and senior administrators. This opportunity is enhanced by the fact that the College community is well prepared for new leadership in enrollment management, and is poised to move forward in new directions, having very recently completed a yearlong strategic visioning process.

Founded in 1797, Hartwick College currently enrolls 1576 full-time students, 77 per cent of whom live on campus. It has a very talented, dedicated, student-centered faculty and staff. Its well-focused liberal arts curriculum offers students an abundance of opportunities for experiential learning and close work with faculty members. Open Doors often ranks it among the top ten liberal arts colleges for the percentage of students who participate in international travel. Its January Term provides the opportunity not only for travel-study courses, but also for innovative study that involves close faculty-student collaboration. Hartwick also offers its students a Three-Year Degree option in 24 of its 31 majors, an Honors Program, a rich offering of campus activities, and a nationally competitive multi-divisional athletic program (NCAA Divisions I and III). Its campus in Oneonta is supplemented by its nearby Pine Lake Environmental Campus which provides an excellent venue for field work of many kinds and immersive study of almost any kind.

The new Vice President will be expected to develop and implement a successful strategic enrollment plan, collaborate with the Office of Marketing & Communications to develop a more integrated and effective marketing and communications strategy, foster staff development, and provide collegial leadership to the enrollment management staff as well as to the whole campus community.

The ideal candidate will have successful enrollment experience at a private liberal arts college at the level of the chief enrollment officer, strong analytic abilities, a thorough grasp of financial aid strategy and modeling, a well-informed understanding of liberal arts education, and the desire to be an integral, collaborative and visible member of the Hartwick community.

For more information about this opportunity and instructions to apply, please visit www.agbsearch.com/searches/vice-president-enrollment-management-hartwick-college For full consideration, applications should be received by September 1, 2014.

Please direct all nominations and inquiries to:
Robert Holyer, Ph.D.
Senior Consultant, AGB Search
rkh@agbsearch.com, 804-359-9370 (o), 804-402-6736 (c)

For more information about Hartwick, please visit www.hartwick.edu.


Thanks for a great state conference!

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Thank you, The Culinary Institute of America, Hyde Park, NY!

This year’s conference was hosted by The Culinary Institute of America, Hyde Park NY.
The conference proved to be informative, productive and wonderful! Everyone had a great time!

Join our Facebook group (see link on right) to peruse the photo album, or our LinkedIn group.

Give us your feedback!

Please take a few minutes to fill out our short survey and give us your thoughts on the conference just past – we will immediately start putting your input to work in planning for next year’s conference!

Thanks to all our wonderful presenters and attendees and especially The Culinary Institute of America for hosting; we’re already excited about 2015!


Full program available for the June 19-20 Annual State Conference

The full program is now available for the Annual State Conference on June 19-20! You can download the full PDF here.

Whom are you bringing with you? The New York State ACE Women’s Network connects us all to each other if we reach out. Colleagues and staff respond when you encourage them to attend.

This professional development event will have something for women leaders at all levels to help them develop their awareness of the whole higher education institution and how to lead in it from wherever they are.

We hope to see you there! There’s still time to register – register today!

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Your Network Runs on You!

Share the new printable flyer for the June 19-20 Conference among your New York state colleagues and especially on your campus! Whom will you be bringing with you?

Details and registration are on the website at nyacenet.org!

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Program for the Women of Color conference April 25

ACE Women’s Network

NYC / LI Region

2014 Women of Color Conference

Friday, April 25

Lehman College, the City University of New York

Register Online Now! 

ACE Women’s Network

NYC / LI Region

2014 Women of Color Conference

Friday, April 25

Lehman College, the City University of New York

8:45 – 9:30 am: Registration / Continental Breakfast – Music Building, Room 330

9:30 – 10:10 am: Welcome - Althea Forde, M.Ed., Regional Coordinator, NYC/LI, ACE Women’s Network

Morning Presenter
Anny Morrobel-Sosa, Ph.D., Provost and Senior Vice President for Academic Affairs, Lehman College

10:15 – 11:30 am: Morning Workshops

Lessons from the Life of Women in Leadership Positions
Leaders in education will discuss their “unique” paths to leadership and share their challenges and successes along the way.

Maria DeLongoria, Ph.D., Associate Vice President of Academic Affairs, Suffolk County Community College

Jennifer Rubain, Esq., University Dean for Recruitment and Diversity, The City University of New York

Carole M. Berotte Joseph, Ph.D., President, Bronx Community College, The City University of New York

FacilitatorMarisol Jimenez, M.A., Associate Director, Instructional Support Services Program, Lehman College

21st Century Career Building
How do you go about advancing your career through social media? Presenters will review several effective social media platforms used to present yourself successfully.

Monica Yatsyla, M.S., Manager of Instructional Design Services, Hofstra University

Catherine FisherM.B.A., Assistant Director of Faculty Computing Services and Manager for Academic Operations, Hofstra University

11:40 am – 12:15 pm: Luncheon Presenter:

Challenges and Opportunities that Lie Ahead for Women in Higher Education
Kim Bobby, Ed.D., Director, Inclusive Excellence Group, American Council on Education

12:15 pm – 1:10 pm: Lunch

1:15 pm – 2:30 pm: Afternoon Workshops

Changing the Game in Your Favor
Representatives from educational search firms will discuss the current structures, issues and trends in hiring, and review the search process from start to finish, providing participants with strategies for creating a CV that reflects aspiring and seasoned leaders for the 21st Century.

Susan Basalla May, Ph.D., Principal, Storbeck/Pimentel Executive Search Consultants

Presenter TBA, William Spelman Executive Search

Charting Your Course: A Financial Guide for Women
In this session, the presenter will discuss fundamental money management and astute strategies for investing and growing funds.

Elizabeth O’Boyle, J.D., Financial Consultant, TIAA-Cref

2:40 – 3:00 pm: Wrap-up

 


Registration is now open for the Women of Color conference!

WoCC Flyer LogoRegister online now! This conference will be at Lehman College, 8:45 a.m. – 3 p.m. on April 25. Follow the link for more info!

We look forward to seeing you there!


Registration is now open!

Get the latest info on the New York statewide ACE Women’s Network conference, June 19-20, 2014!

Registration is open; you can also see a list of confirmed speakers and housing and travel information here, on the conference page.

Hope to see you there!


Women of Color conference April 25 – Save the Date!

This year’s Women of Color conference, organized by Althea Forde, NY/LI Regional Coordinator and member of the state Executive Board, will be at Lehman College – save the date, April 25, and watch this space for more information on how to register and speakers!

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Welcome to Nereida Quiles!

Nereida QuilesJoin us in welcoming Nereida Quiles, who joins the Executive Board as our new Public Relations Officer!

Nereida is the Director of Admission for Adult Education at Concordia College-NY where she has worked for the past six years, successfully doubling enrollment within the first three years.  She also serves as an adjunct professor in the business programs for traditional and nontraditional students teaching Advanced Business Communications, Cross-Cultural Communication, and Information Literacy.  Nereida co-directed the Student Leadership Development and Life Skills Initiative: Moving Forward Together with the Dean of Student Development.  The initiative ensures that Concordia College is a place where respect for diversity, different opinions and perspectives, is valued and encouraged.  She has been the ACE institutional representative for the past five years.

Nereida is past President of a woman’s non-profit leadership organization, 100 Hispanic Women Inc., Westchester Chapter, and served as Vice President, board member and advisory board member.  She managed their public relations, communications, website and technology matters.  Nereida was Webmaster and designer of the 100 Hispanic Women of Westchester web site from 2006 – 2012.

Nereida transitioned to academia after 24 years in the corporate world where she held a variety of leadership roles with progressive responsibility. Always looking for opportunities to grow and serve, her new career in the academic world has combined Nereida’s passion for fostering the success of others, while mentoring, and building community.

Welcome to Nereida Quiles and we’re sure you’ll be hearing a lot more from her!


Job posting from Lehman College, CUNY

The vacancy notice for the Sophomore Year Initiative Director position has just become available on the CUNY Research Foundation website. Your assistance in disseminating this information to interested individuals would be greatly appreciated. It is available at www.rfcuny.org by clicking on the dropdown menu under “About RF” and “Careers”. It is included in the Managerial & Professional job listing with the title “Project Director”.