by Shelly N. Laurenzo
I have been fortunate enough, during the past semester, to participate in a women’s leadership program on my campus called Women of Change (WoC). Three senior members in student affairs and academics brainstormed and developed this program over several years before finally receiving a grant for this inaugural cohort. Just to give you an overview of WoC, there are eight women in the program from a variety of offices in student affairs (residence life, health center, and judicial affairs to name a few) in entry and mid-level positions. We began in December with our kick-off retreat and have met every other week for three hours during the spring semester.