Speakers’ notes from the Annual Conference

The kind speakers at the New York State ACE Women’s Network conference are sharing their presentation notes with you, the visitors to and subscribers of our site! Thank you to all our speakers and presenters – I know they enjoyed their time at the conference as much as everyone at the conference enjoyed having them.

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Conference attendees

Attendees at our 2013 Annual State Conference

In the order of the conference program:

Amanda Bishop, Deputy Director of the Women’s Hall of Fame
Seneca Falls & the National Women’s Hall of Fame – Celebrating Women’s Rights & Accomplishments

Kim Azzarelli, President, Women in the World Foundation (see link for agenda and news) and Senior Vice President, Newsweek & The Daily Beast
“The Empowerment of Women: Leading the Global Agenda”

Dr. Patricia Burlaud, NYS ACE Women’s Network State Coordinator and Dean of Operations, Assessments and Accreditation, Office of Global Academic Programs, New York Institute of Technology
Global Competency & Rights: A 21st Century Imperative

Dr. Judith Tabron, Director, Faculty and Student Computing Services, Hofstra University
Technology Tools for Global Leadership

Dr. Carol Van der Karr, Associate Provost Academic Affairs, State University of New York, Cortland
Cultural Influences on Leadership and Organizations

Tara Ross, Professor, Onondaga Community College
“Historical Perspective on Women’s Rights”
(You may remember this inspiring talk was over lunch and did not have slides or notes.)

Farah Jadran, Director of the Syracuse Women’s Magazine and Professor, SUNY Oswego
The Power of an Effective Network

Mary Opperman, Vice President, Human Resources & Safety Services, Cornell University
Increasing Your Professional Effectiveness in a Changing Organization

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Our panel of presidents

Our panel of presidents


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