Klingenstein Alumni Presentations: People of Color Conference, Indianapolis, Indiana
Thursday, December 4, 2014
10:00 AM - 11:15 AM
The Leadership Continuum: Creating Pathways for Women of Color in Educational Leadership
Renee Price, LA ‘15, St. Catherine's School (VA); Amber Berry, LA ‘15, St. Luke's School (CT), Tanya Boteju, LA ‘15
The Power of Conversation: On the Diversity Director and Head Partnership
Sarah Daignault was recently awarded the 2014 Finis Engleman educational award from the Near East South Asia Council of Overseas Schools. The award was presented to her for long-term contributions to international education through outstanding dedication and service to schools in the NESA region.
Colm MacMahon has been appointed as the new head of Rippowam Cisqua School in Bedford, NY effective July, 2015.
Klingenstein alumna Meera Ratnesar has been appointed the new Head of School at Curtis School in Los Angeles. Klingenstein Director Pearl Rock Kane described her as having great energy, intelligence and spirit.
Most recently the director of upper school at Harbor Day School in California, Meera brings more than 17 years of experience in independent school education and administration to her new role. In addition to Harbor Day School, she worked at the Baldwin School in Bryn Mawr, Pennsylvania and at both Trevor Day School and Collegiate School in New York.
The Klingenstein Center is pleased to announce the launch of two exciting educational opportunities for independent and international school educators..
All independent and international school educators are invited to submit useful articles, books and other media of interest for independent and international school educators for review and possible inclusion in Klingbrief, the monthly e-publication for alumni and friends of the Center.
Deadline for submissions to Klingbrief is the 15th of each month for publication at the end of that month.
Klingenstein alumni talk about their M.A. program experiences and the impact the courses have had on their ways of thinking a