1 Dr. Darlyne Bailey Dean, Graduate School of Social Work and Social Research Special Assistant to the President for Community Partnerships Bryn Mawr College Dr. Bailey was appointed in August 2009 to serve as Dean of the Graduate School of Social Work and Social Research at Bryn Mawr College, as well as Special Assistant to the President for Community Partnerships. She maintains an accomplished career as an academic and administrator in higher education. She was the first dean of the University of Minnesota s College of Education and Human Development and served as Dean of the Mandel School of Applied Social Sciences after receiving her Ph.D. in Organizational Behavior from Case Western's Weatherhead School of Management. A graduate of Lafayette College, she earned her Master s degree in Psychiatric Social Work from Columbia University, where she would later serve as Vice President for Academic Affairs and the Acting President of Columbia s Teachers College. As a college and university administrator, Dr. Bailey has been a trailblazer -- being the first tenured African-American woman to hold every one of her posts. An accomplished writer, she is the author of three books, including Sustaining Our Spirits: Women Leaders Thriving for Today and Tomorrow, and numerous book chapters and journal articles. She serves on several local and national professional and community-based boards. Dr. Nilanjana Dasgupta Associate Professor of Psychology University of Massachusetts, Amherst An established expert and researcher in her field, Dr. Dasgupta focuses on the study of prejudice, stereotyping and the self-concept, with special emphasis on the ways in which societal expectations unconsciously or implicitly influence people s attitudes and behavior toward others in relation to race and ethnicity, gender, sexual orientation, age and nationality. As an Associate Professor of Psychology at University of Massachusetts, Amherst, Dr. Dasgupta has presented research on how implicit bias affects girls and women in science and engineering to local groups of science faculty and graduate students, at an international conference of engineers and at a meeting of the Association of Women in Science. She was Associate Editor of Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin and currently works on the Consulting Editorial Board of several journals. Dr. Dasgupta graduated summa cum laude from Smith College and went on to complete her M.S, M.Phil. and Ph.D. in Social Psychology at Yale University. Her teaching interests remain in the fields of social psychology, social cognition, stereotyping and prejudice, and emotional responses.
2 Burch Ford President National Coalition of Girls Schools Ms. Ford has served as President of the National Coalition of Girls Schools since March Her career as an educator and administrator has earned her numerous accolades, particularly during her 15-year tenure ( ) as the 11th Head of the prestigious Miss Porter s School in Connecticut. Prior to assuming the leadership of Miss Porter s, Ms. Ford taught and was Dean of Students at Milton Academy, where she shared responsibilities with the principal for running the Upper School. From 1978 to 1988, Ms. Ford was a teacher and school counselor at the Groton School. She has been Chair of the Commission on Independent Schools of the New England Association of Schools and Colleges (NEAS&C), and a member of the boards of the National Association of Principals of Schools for Girls (NAPSG), Nutmeg (Connecticut) Big Brothers Big Sisters and the Chewonki Foundation. Dr. Theodore Ganley Director of Sports Medicine The Children s Hospital of Philadelphia Dr. Ganley is currently Director of Sports Medicine at The Children s Hospital of Philadelphia (CHOP) and Associate Professor of Orthopaedic Surgery at the University of Pennsylvania s School of Medicine. He attended the University of Notre Dame as an undergraduate and received his M.D. from Hahnemann University School of Medicine in Philadelphia. Following his residency in orthopaedic surgery, Dr. Ganley completed fellowships in Sports Medicine as well as Pediatric Orthopaedic Surgery at Graduate Hospital and CHOP, respectively. His specialties include orthopaedic and arthroscopic sports medicine as well as trauma surgery for pediatric and adolescent patients. His current research interests include ligament injuries, including anterior cruciate. Megan Murphy Executive Director National Coalition of Girls' Schools Ms. Murphy is currently the Executive Director of the National Coalition of Girls Schools (NCGS). NCGS is the leading advocate for girls education with a distinct commitment to the transformative power of all-girls schools. The Coalition acts at the forefront of educational thought, collaborating and connecting globally with individuals, schools, and organizations dedicated to empowering girls to be influential contributors to the world. Prior to joining NCGS, Megan served as the Vice President of Development and Alumni Affairs at Semester at Sea, a non-profit global education program in partnership with the University of Virginia. She has also served as the Director of Development at Marlborough School, the Dean of Admissions and Enrollment Management at Allegheny College, the Board of the Henry T. Nicholas education Foundation, Inc. and has participated in the NAIS Aspiring Heads Program and the NCGS Strategic Leadership Institute. Megan earned her B.A. in International Studies and French from Allegheny College and an M.A. in Public Administration and International Affairs from the University of Pittsburgh.
3 Dr. Mary Patterson McPherson Executive Officer American Philosophical Society Since July 2007, Dr. McPherson has served as Executive Officer of the American Philosophical Society (APS), which promotes useful knowledge in the sciences and humanities through excellence in scholarly research, publications and community outreach. Dr. McPherson, elected to the APS in 1983, was Vice President of the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation and Program Officer for the Liberal Arts Colleges from 1997 through March Before joining the Foundation, she served for 19 years as the sixth President of Bryn Mawr College. She is widely credited with renewing and revitalizing Bryn Mawr and enhancing its stature during a time when the role of women's colleges was being challenged. She was Dean of the Undergraduate College, Deputy to the President and Associate Professor of philosophy from 1970 to Between 1964 and 1970, Dr. McPherson was Assistant Dean, then Associate Dean of the College. She received her A.B. from Smith College, an M.A. from the University of Delaware and a Ph.D. from Bryn Mawr College. Dr. McPherson holds numerous honorary degrees and has served on a variety of boards, including the Josiah Macy Jr. Foundation, the Teagle Foundation, JSTOR, the Philadelphia Contributionship, Goldman Sachs Asset Management and Emeriti Retirement Health Solutions. Her prominence in the fields of education and public policy has also led her to serve on the boards of The Agnes Irwin School, Exeter Academy, The Shipley School, Amherst College, the Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching, the Brookings Institution, the Spencer Foundation, Bank Street College and the National Humanities Center. She served for a decade ( ) on the Board of Trustees of her alma mater, Smith College, the last five of which she presided as Chair. She is currently on the Boards of the Philadelphia Museum of Art and Central European University. Cathy Rush Former Head Basketball Coach, Immaculata College 2008 National Basketball Hall of Fame Inductee From , Ms. Rush was head basketball coach at Immaculata College, leading her Mighty Macs squad to three consecutive national championship titles and six straight AIAW Final Four appearances. She began her coaching career there in 1970 and is widely recognized for shining the national spotlight on women's basketball and playing a crucial role in establishing scholarship money for female student-athletes. She is a 2008 inductee of the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame and the Women s Basketball Hall of Fame and remains one of the few women to ever be inducted into the Pennsylvania Hall of Fame. She was named AMF-Voit Coach of the Year in 1973 and 1974 for her accomplishments. She also coached and directed the 1975 U.S. Women's basketball team at the Pan American games, leading them to a gold medal finish. She is a member of the U.S. Olympic Committee. Today, Ms. Rush serves as the President of Future Stars Camps, a sports and arts program that she founded in 1970 to provide opportunities for girls to develop their skills and be exposed to college scholarships. She also has done color commentary for major sports networks and continues to give presentations on a variety of topics to encourage and motivate young women and men alike. Ms. Rush, a breast cancer survivor, is a spokesperson for the American Cancer Society. She earned her B.S. and Master s of Education from West Chester University.
4 Dr. Leonard Sax Physician and Psychologist Founder, National Association for Single Sex Public Education (NASSPE) Dr. Sax graduated Phi Beta Kappa from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and went on to the University of Pennsylvania, where he earned a M.D. and Ph.D. in Psychology. He completed a 3-year residency in family practice at Lancaster General Hospital in Lancaster, PA. From 1989 to 2008, he practiced family medicine in suburban Washington, D.C. His experience as a practicing family physician and psychologist led him to believe that there is a general under-recognition of the importance of gender: both the differences between girls and boys and the variations among girls and among boys. Since 2005, he has published three notable books: Why Gender Matters; Boys Adrift; and Girls on the Edge: The Four Factors Driving the New Crisis for Girls, published in In 2002, Dr. Sax founded the National Association for Single Sex Public Education (NASSPE). Six years later, he left medical practice to devote himself full-time to NASSPE. He has spoken on single-sex education not only in the United States but also internationally, including Australia, Bermuda, Canada, England, Germany, Italy, Mexico, New Zealand, Scotland and Spain. He has appeared in several mainstream media, including the TODAY Show, CNN, PBS, NPR and the British Broadcasting Corporation. His scholarly work has been published in a variety of prestigious journals, including American Psychologist, Annals of Family Medicine, Behavioral Neuroscience, Environmental Health Perspectives, Journal of the American College of Nutrition, Journal of the American Medical Association and the Journal of Sex Research. Dr. Loretta Sweet Jemmott van Ameringen Professor in Psychiatric Mental Health Nursing Director of the Center for Health Equity Research University of Pennsylvania School of Nursing She is one of the nation's foremost researchers in the field of HIV/AIDS prevention, having the most consistent track record of evidenced-based HIV risk-reduction interventions. As an expert in health promotion research, she has led the nation in understanding the psychological determinants for reducing risk-related behaviors. Her premier contribution is the development of knowledge on how best to facilitate and promote positive changes in health behaviors. Dr. Jemmott is an outstanding translational researcher, who has had global impact. She has partnered with community-based organizations, including churches, clinics, barbershops, and schools and transformed her NIH funded evidenced- based research outcomes for use in real world settings. Dr. Jemmott has received numerous prestigious awards for her significant contributions. Four such honors include, the U.S. Congressional Merit Award, Sigma Theta Tau National Honor Society, the American Academy of Nursing, and election to membership in the Institute of Medicine, an honor accorded to very few nurses.
5 Lynn Hardy Yeakel Director, Institute for Women s Health and Leadership Drexel University College of Medicine Since 2002, Ms. Yeakel has directed the Drexel University College of Medicine s Institute for Women's Health and Leadership and held the College s Betty A. Cohen Chair in Women s Health. Among her many accomplishments at the Institute is the creation of the Woman One Award and Scholarship Fund, which supports medical school tuition at Drexel for minority women. A founder and former CEO of Women s Way, the first and largest women s funding federation in the nation, Ms. Yeakel won the primary in the U.S. Senate race of 1992 ( Year of the Woman ) and nearly unseated the incumbent senator in a nationally watched race. Ms. Yeakel was appointed by President Clinton as mid-atlantic Regional Director for the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, where she served from A longtime civic leader and recipient of numerous awards, she is a past president or chair of more than a dozen local and national nonprofits, including the Family Planning Council, the 21st Century League, the Citizens Coalition for Energy Efficiency, the National Committee for Responsive Philanthropy and the Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts at the University of Pennsylvania. She currently serves on several boards and advisory committees and is a member of the Pennsylvania Women s Forum, the Forum of Executive Women and the College of Physicians of Philadelphia. A Phi Beta Kappa graduate and former Trustee of Randolph-Macon Woman s College, Ms. Yeakel earned an M.S. in Management from The American College. Sharon C. Yoh Vice Chair, Board of Trustees The Agnes Irwin School Appointed to the Board of Trustees in 2009, Ms. Yoh serves as the Trustee liaison to the Center for the Advancement of Girls. She also works as Vice Chair of the Board and Chair of the Board Diversity Committee. Ms. Yoh is a board member of the Bryn Mawr Hospital Foundation and recently served on the Financial Aid Initiative for Duke University. For the past 25 years, Ms. Yoh has volunteered for numerous nonprofit organizations that promote the education and welfare of children and young adults. As the parent of four Agnes Irwin girls, Classes of 05, 08, 09 and 13, Ms. Yoh strongly believes in the value of an all-girls education and maintains a personal commitment to fostering the success of the Center for the Advancement of Girls. She graduated from The Hockaday School, an independent all-girls school in Dallas. Ms. Yoh earned Bachelor s degrees in Psychology and English from Duke University, where she graduated magna cum laude.
Master of Science in Psychology Master of Science in Psychology at Southern New Hampshire University As the 21st century unfolds, the importance of behavior as a factor in addressing social issues is becoming
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