Breakout Sessions

Session Title Presenter
”Do I Really Belong Here?” Tips for Tackling Imposter Syndrome Belinda Aleman, Biola University; Angela Barragan, Biola University
Perspective Taking as a Means of De-Biasing Social Thought Edgar D. Barron, Azusa Pacific University
Working Mom Life Hacks Brittany Billar, Azusa Pacific University; Chaili Trentham, Azusa Pacific University
Negotiation at Work Stephanie Blondell, Pepperdine University
Courage to Fail Lauren Bournique, Azusa Pacific University
Come on, Man!: Men's Involvement in Fostering Leadership Development for Women Coba Canales, Azusa Pacific University; Judson Lim, Azusa Pacific University
Writing for Success, Growth, and Personal Fulfillment Rebecca Cantor, Azusa Pacific University
How to Make Successful Transitions into New Leadership Positions Angela D‘Amour, Westmont College
Those "Square Peg Round Hole" Moments and Leadership Development Mari Luna De La Rosa, Azusa Pacific University
Naming the Invisible: Understanding Unconscious Gender Bias Barriers for Women Leaders Leanne Dzubinski, Biola University; Amy B. Diehl, Shippensburg University of Pennsylvania; Amber L. Stephenson, Clarkson University
The PhDdolls: Narratives of Self Care for Women of Color Navigating Doctoral Programs Gyasmine George-Williams, University of La Verne; Christine Guzman, Azusa Pacific University; Cibele Webb, Saint Mary's College
How Much Vulnerability Can We Afford? Deborah H.C. Gin, The Association of Theological Schools; Jenn Graffius, Azusa Pacific University
Time to Pursue a Doctorate?! Lindsay Grimm, Messiah College; Edee Schulze, Westmont College; Kim Stave, Multnomah University; Amy VanDerWerf Carroll, University of Northwestern
#BlackGirlMagic Danielle Harris, Azusa Pacific University
Living the "And" Life: Successful Career and Fulfilling Personal Life Colleen Hauk, California State University - Fullerton, Success Coach Institute
Advance Yourself: How Coaching Can Benefit You and Your Organization Sandy Intraversato, Iron Coaching
#MeToo and Christian Women in Leadership: Understanding and Responding to Gender-Based Violence Ally Kern, Azusa Pacific University
Sticky Floors? Stained Glass Ceilings? Addressing Barriers that Deter Women from Leadership Karen Longman, Azusa Pacific University
Building Capacity for Women in Higher Education Leadership Post-Conflict Sandra Morgan, Vanguard University
Sexual Harassment and #MeToo in Christian Higher Education Sandra Morgan, Vanguard University
Mentoring Model for Career Advancement Mary Ann Pearson, CBU/Online and Professional Studies
Work Patterns, Gender, and Job Satisfaction of Online Professors Cammy Purper, Mary Ann Pearson, Elaine Ahumada, and Julianna Browning, CBU/Online and Professional Studies
My Experience at the Multi-Ethnic Leadership Development Institute (MELDI) Erika Ramirez, Azusa Pacific University
Leading Future Women Leaders: Advances in Understanding Doctoral Student and Supervisor Relationships Jamie Sanchez and Leanne Dzubinski, Biola University
Mentoring in the 21st Century: What Has Changed, What has Remained Constant Kelly Soifer, Center for Transformational Leadership, Free Methodist Church in Southern California
Be A Man: How Male Culture Leads to Depression and the Normalization of Rape and Sexual Assault Michael Squirrel, Azusa Pacific University
Developing and Sponsoring Female Employees for Leadership Greg Vaughan and Carrie Stockton, Biola University
Are You Well Enough to Lead? The Importance of "Soul Wellness" in Effective Leadership Ericka Walters, Launching Legacies
Higher Callings: Balancing Motherhood, Ministry, and Careers in the Christian Academy Nancy Wang Yuen, Christina L. Kim, Yvana Uranga-Hernandez, and Maria Su Wang, Biola University
The Enneagram: A Holistic Tool for Spiritual Growth and Personal Development Cassie Wicoff and Lori Ann Banez, Westmont College
No One Thrives at Work Alone: The Importance of Developing a Holistic Support System Kim and David Zovak, Azusa Pacific University

Poster Sessions

Poster Title Presenter
Hello, Future. Advancing Female Leadership in Under-Developed Countries Through Citizen Journalism Shazia Haq, MediaPlatform
Educational Justice Groups for Leaders Judy Johnson, Azusa Pacific University
The Female Advantage in College Enrollment Cynthia L. Moberly, Taylor University
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