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18th Annual Dr. Jean E Winsand Institute for Women in School Leadership —
Thursday, April 2, 2020
Edgewood Country Club
March 28, 2019
17th Annual Dr. Jean E. Winsand Institute for Women in School Leadership
Materials shared during the 2019 workshop:
“From Dysfunctional to Virtuous!” – PowerPoint presented by Dr. Rachel Fischbaugh, Dr. Heidi Ondek, and Amy Pfender
“Leading Courageously: Confronting Reality” – PowerPoint presented by Dr. Linda Hippert, Dr. Sarah Shaw, Dr. Sharon Suritsky
*To obtain materials from the presentation, “Leading from the Core: Self Awareness and Self Care”, from Dr. Wendy Weaver-Graham, please contact her directly. Dr.firstname.lastname@example.org.
The 17th Annual Dr. Jean E. Winsand Institute for Women in School Leadership will be held at the Edgewood Country Club on March 28, 2019.
March 28, 2019
Edgewood Country Club (100 Churchill Rd. Pittsburgh, PA 15235)
7:45 am – Registration, Networking & Breakfast
8:30 am to 2:30 pm – Program
Congratulations to the 2019 award winners who will be honored at the workshop!
Emerging Woman in Education Award – Dr. Ashley Constantine, Executive Director of Elementary Education and Instruction, Fox Chapel Area School District
Distinguished Woman in Education Award – Dr. Mary Catherine Reljac, Assistant Superintendent, Franklin Regional School District
Registration rates (includes breakfast and lunch):
Member District: $140/registrant
Non-member District: $150/registrant
Group Rate (for 5+ individuals)” $115/registrant
REGISTRATION CANCELLATION NOTICE: The organization listed on registration will be billed for all listed registrants, regardless of attendance, unless we receive a cancellation notice at least THREE business days prior to the workshop. Thank you for your understanding.
Beginning in the Spring of 2019, the Tri-State Area School Study Council will offer TWO awards! The Jean E. Winsand Emerging Woman in Education Award will be initiated and awarded to an exemplary emerging educational leader. This new award for an emerging education leader will be celebrated alongside the award that is typically given out at the workshop, honoring a distinguished woman in education. Having two awards allows Tri-State to recognize and honor the accomplishments of women who are at various stages of their leadership careers. Many talented, emerging women in education are positively shaping our schools in western Pennsylvania. The Jean E. Winsand Emerging Woman in Education Award offers a fitting way to recognize these outstanding women.