ACE MNWL 2014 Spring Workshop: BUDGETING IN HIGHER EDUCATION
Friday, March 28, 2014 from 8:30 AM to 11:00 AM (EDT)
Please join us for an informative and valuable Workshop
$$ Budgeting in Higher Education $$
Executive Administrative Dean, Tufts University
Dean Link joined Tufts in 2013. She was at Harvard University for the past decade and spearheaded the development of comprehensive academic and financial plans and governance structures to support decisions across school boundaries. She received a BA in history from Washington University, MA in applied linguistics from Georgetown and she holds a Juris Doctorate magna cum laude from Vermont Law School. She practiced law at Goodwin Proctor LLP prior to beginning her career in university administration.
COST $37.00 (with complimentary breakfast)
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The Massachusetts Network of Women Leaders in Higher Education (MNNWL) is affiliated with the American Council on Education’s Inclusive Excellence Group, (formerly the Office on Women) and the American Council on Education’s Women’s Network.
Dedicated to supporting women in all areas of higher education, the Massachusetts Netowrk represents women who hold — or aspire to hold— leadership positions in higher education. We help women develop the skills and talents needed to become the visionary leaders of tomorrow. Our Network provides opportunities for professional development, networking, mentoring, advocacy, and support for women in higher education institutions within Massachusetts. MNNWL joins other organizations to foster an educational, social, and political environment in which women in all their diversity and richness gain a greater voice.
Our Network seeks to address needs and issues relating to advancing women’s leadership in higher education through a commitment to the following IDEALS:
- IDENTIFY women leaders.
- DEVELOP their leadership abilities.
- ENCOURAGE the use of those abilities.
- ADVANCE women's careers.
- LINK them to other women and mentors.
- SUPPORT women in mid- and executive-level positions throughout their careers.