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Women of Distinction 2018 Spotlight: Carmen Perez

For the past 20 years Carmen Perez has been a champion of modern day activism, advocating for many of today’s important civil rights issues, including mass incarceration, gender equity, violence prevention, racial healing, and community policing. Read more »

Blog   |   March 08, 2018

Women of Distinction 2018 Spotlight: Carrie Goldberg, Esq.

When Carrie Goldberg, J.D., started her career as a young lawyer in Brooklyn, New York, online harassment and sexual consent laws were not on her radar — but when a former partner blackmailed Goldberg using explicit photos she had shared during their relationship, Goldberg found herself learning more about those laws than she had ever expected. Read more »

Blog   |   March 07, 2018

4 Tips for Delivering Feedback

Giving feedback is a critical skill when you’re a leader on campus. Read more »

Blog   |   February 28, 2018

Women of Distinction 2018 Spotlight: Aisha Bowe

If you haven’t yet heard of STEMBoard, a D.C.-based, minority-owned technology company, or its CEO and cofounder, Aisha Bowe, you should. Read more »

Blog   |   February 27, 2018
NCCWSL 2017 group photo

Why Attend NCCWSL?

NCCWSL is the place to harness your leadership potential and view the world through new perspectives. You’ll leave with the tools you need to propel your career forward and drive change on your campus or in your community. Read more »

Blog   |   February 26, 2018

Women of Distinction 2018 Spotlight: Simone Askew

In August 2017, Cadet Simone Askew made history when she was appointed as the first captain of West Point’s Corps of Cadets. For almost 200 years, student leadership at West Point looked about the same: white and male. Askew is the fifth woman and fifth African American to ever hold the position, but she’s the first black woman ever to do so. Read more »

Blog   |   February 22, 2018