In today's workplace, unexamined assumptions, double standards, and invisible barriers embedded in organizational cultures, constrain opportunities for women. This workshop will present findings from new research on how intersectionality affects barriers to women's leadership. Time will be given to discuss these barriers and brainstorm possible solutions.
Vanessa Graves, WCU Student Volunteer
Dr. Amy Diehl, Associate Vice President of Technology & Library Services for Systems, Infrastructure & Applications at Shippensburg University
Dr. Amy Diehl has over 22 years of higher education information technology experience, currently serving as associate vice president of technology and library services for systems, infrastructure & applications at Shippensburg University. She has a PhD in administration and leadership from Indiana University of Pennsylvania. Her research focuses on challenges women face in leadership and has been published in several academic journals and book chapters.