Women’s Leadership Initiative

In March 2015, UGA President Jere W. Morehead and Provost Pamela Whitten launched a Women’s Leadership Initiative to address issues such as recruitment and hiring, career development, work-life balance and leadership development.

Updates on the initiative can be found below.

Business leaders share advice, experiences at inaugural Women’s Leadership Forum - February 23, 2017

UGA recognized by AACSB International as an innovator in business education - February 8, 2017

University launches new Women’s Staff Leadership Institute - January 9, 2017

UGA names second class of Women’s Leadership Fellows - October 18, 2016

University of Georgia receives national diversity award for third consecutive year - September 20, 2016

Second cohort of Women's Leadership Fellowship sought - September 19, 2016 

Mary Sue Coleman to co-lead women’s leadership discussion - May 2, 2016

Leadership roles for women in agriculture discussed at summit - February 15, 2016

Developing leaders to move UGA forward - February 1, 2016

UGA to host regional summit on women in agriculture Feb. 8 - January 20, 2016

UGA names inaugural class of Women's Leadership Fellows - November 18, 2015

Student debate to focus on women’s leadership issues - November 9, 2015

Workshop provides advice, inspiration for black female professors, students - September 28, 2015

University of Georgia receives national diversity award for second consecutive year - September 15, 2015

Women’s Leadership Initiative emphasizes hiring, career development and work-life balance - August 20, 2015

Chief diversity officer takes on expanded role to address women’s issues - April 20, 2015

President and Provost launch Women’s Leadership Initiative - March 24, 2015