Spring 2017: A Professional Development and Networking Opportunity
“Women in Leadership: Reflections From a Longitudinal View“
After four decades of observing women administrators and leaders, some of the dynamics of being a woman in leadership have changed and some have not changed much. Dr. Gray will explore what she thinks are the most salient dynamics and share experiences around those dynamics.
Registration [Online Registration HERE]
Four Locations – 4:00 PM to 7:30 PM (with dinner)
Western New York – Salvatore’s Restaurant, Williamsville (Buffalo area), NY
Tuesday, May 16, 2017
Mid-Western New York – Burgundy Basin Pittsford (Rochester area), NY
Wednesday, May 17, 2017
Central New York – Double Tree by Hilton Syracuse (Carrier Circle), NY
Tuesday, May 23, 2017
Eastern New York – Holiday Inn Express Latham (Albany area), NY
Wednesday, May 24, 2017
4:00 PM – Registration
4:15 PM – Breakout Sessions (topics may be subject to change )
“The Dynamics of Changing Administrative Positions”
“Pathways to the Superintendency”
“Strengthening Your Fiscal Background”
“Understanding Search Consultants”
5:00 PM – Social – Cash Bar – Dinner
6:30 PM – Dr. Sue Gray
For Building and District Level Administrators and Aspiring Administrators
Why this Workshop is Important
Susan Gray, Ph.D., SDA, Ethicist, Culturalist, and Clinical Psychologist
Dr. Sue Gray is retired Superintendent of the Penfield Central Schools, 2000 to 2008. Prior to her Penfield leadership experience, she served for 10 years as a principal, assistant superintendent and Superintendent in the Hornell City School District, and 14 years prior working as an administrator in the areas of special education and school psychology at the Steuben-Allegany BOCES. Dr. Gray is a certified school psychologist and licensed clinical psychologist. Dr. Gray earned her undergraduate degree in Psychology and French from the College of Wooster; her doctorate in Educational Psychology with a focus on educational research from Penn State University; her School Psychologist certification from Alfred University and her Educational Administration certification from St. Bonaventure University. Before moving to public education administration she was a professor at CCNY, teaching undergraduate and graduate courses in child development, the psychology of learning and educational research. Dr Gray has continued teaching graduate courses in special education, teaching learning and emotionally disabled children, educational leadership, and appraisal and assessment at Alfred University, SUNY Brockport and the University of Rochester. She consults and teaches workshops in New York State on school and district culture, and ethics in administration and school business.
The cost of this workshop is $95 per participant (includes dinner.
Each participant will receive event-related materials.
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