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Women Leading Change

Women Leading Change

 

The fluttering of a butterfly's wings in Rio de Janeiro, amplified by atmospheric currents, could cause a tornado in Texas two weeks later. - Edward Lorenz

Students from both the Education and Psychology divisions are welcome to attend all events and encouraged to get involved in this student-led group.  Established in 2010, the impetus for the new student group grew out of a class project led by EdD Organizational Leadership alumna, Liz Krymis.

MISSION STATEMENT

The group is established for the purpose of connecting graduate women at Pepperdine University GSEP to enrich their experience as graduate students. This group seeks to empower and unite women through discussion forums, relevant blogs, a safe environment to dialogue about relevant women's issues, outreach initiatives, mentoring, and support for women's needs. This group will also serve as a center for resources designed to engage the GSEP female community.

CONNECT WITH US AND KEEP IN TOUCH 

JOIN US on FACEBOOK - www.facebook.com/womenleadingchange - It's a great way to be in touch and to keep up to date on events and announcements.  We also post articles of interest.  If you have something to share, we'd love to hear from you on Facebook!

FOLLOW US ON TWITTER - http://twitter.com/womenleadchange

READ OUR WORDPRESS  BLOG - http://pepperdinewomenleadingchange.wordpress.com/

 

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WE'D LOVE TO HEAR FROM YOU!

GSEP students -- Are there topics that interest you? Do you have resources to share? Are you interested in getting involved? The success of this student-led group is dependent on the interest and involvement of students like you. If you have ideas for topics for discussion, guest speakers, resources to post on the webpage or want to become more involved in helping to organize our events, please let us know.

Photos from the 1st Annual GSEP Wellness Event, October 21, 2010, co-sponsored by Women Leading Change and Pepperdine Human Resources:

wellness fair

wellness fair

wellness fair

 


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