The last few years have been about adapting to change. We’ve learned how to be resilient and nimble in our personal and professional lives, and how to take a step back to affect the world in a more positive way. Let’s take time to influence and inspire at The She Leads Symposium @ WashU with in-depth, relevant insights on how we live, learn, and influence in our new world today.
Join us on Friday, October 21 for a half day of discussions with eminent WashU faculty, administrators, and alumni, joined by a variety of distinguished experts in their fields. Preview this year’s agenda below to discover sessions that will spark evolution in four key She Leads areas:
Secure your place to hear engaging and thought-provoking discussions with a range of thought leaders. This year’s Karl King Hoagland, Jr. Keynote features Paula Boggs.
The She Leads Symposium @WashU is sponsored by The Spencer T. and Ann W. Olin Fellowship.
Michelle DeLair, Director of Curricular Innovation
College of Arts & Sciences, Washington University
Bridging the Gap
Amy Eyler, Professor of Public Health, Brown School, Chair, Faculty Senate Council, Gender Equity and Faculty Development Fellow, Office of the Provost
Merriah Croston, Olin Fellow, Doctoral Student, Public Health Sciences, Brown School, Washington University
Jen Smith, Vice Provost for Educational Initiatives
Professor, Earth and Planetary Sciences, Washington University
“A Truer Knowing” Dance Performance
Kendra Key, Olin Fellow, Dance MFA Student, Arts & Sciences, Washington University
Women and Well-Being at Work
Kia Caldwell, Vice Provost for Faculty Affairs and Diversity, Professor, African & African American Studies, Washington University
Kristin Johnson, Chief Transformation Officer, Edward Jones
Stephanie Kirk, Director of the Center for the Humanities
Professor of Spanish, Comparative Literature, and Women, Gender, and Sexuality Studies, Washington University
Olin Fellows 3MT® Research Presentations
Ali Hogan, Rung, Founder and Chairwoman
Brittany Hogan, Manager of the Center for Human Service Leadership, Delmar DivINe
Shanti Parikh, Chair and Professor, African and African American Studies; Professor, Anthropology, School of Arts & Sciences, Washington University
Inaugural Karl King Hoagland, Jr. Speaker
Paula Boggs, Founder, Boggs Media, LLC, Tedx©Speaker, Writer, Lawyer, Army Veteran, and Musician
Beverly Wendland, Provost and Executive Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs, Washington University
Presentation of Spencer T. and Ann W. Olin Fellowship Awards
Robert R. Anschuetz Memorial Olin Fellowship in American Cultural Studies
Robert E. Thach Olin Fellowship in Biological and Biomedical Sciences
The She Leads Symposium @WashU 2022 will be held in Emerson Auditorium in Knight Hall on the Danforth Campus at Washington University.
If you’re unable to join us in St. Louis, please register to join us virtually. After registering, you’ll be sent information to virtually join us on October 21!
In person space is limited, so please register early to secure your seat!