The Catholic Women’s Leadership Foundation Board is honoured to announce the 2020 cohort. Fourteen outstanding, talented women from across Canada will form for the class for the third Certificate program in Catholic Women’s Leadership developed in partnership with Saint Paul University’s Providence School of Transformative Leadership and Spirituality.
Thank you to all the inspiring women who applied for the program. The Foundation was humbled to have a pool of women diverse in age, experience, and education from all parts of Canada who demonstrated strong Catholic values and lives of faith in service.
Welcome to the inaugural edition of the Catholic Women’s Leadership Foundation Bulletin! We are proud to present this new communication format that is bound to ignite further push for women’s leadership. We bring to you the latest news from CWLF, reflect on important milestones, and welcome any opportunity for your future input and feedback as well. In 2019, strides were made to augment and fortify the Catholic women’s genius. Together, we celebrate these successes and welcome more to follow. We believe in a just, merciful, and compassionate world nurtured by the genius of women. Read on to learn more about the foundation, our leadership program, and all that inspires Catholic women to be transformational and influential leaders.
In This Issue
Page 2: Welcome to our new Chair! Page 3: Call for Candidates: 2020 Leadership Program now accepting applications! Page 4-7: Inspirational Stories from 2018 and 2019 Leadership Program
Adrienne Castellon holds a Doctorate of Educational Leadership from Simon Fraser University. Over the past twenty-five years she has been a secondary teacher, elementary principal, education consultant and university instructor. Dr. Castellon teaches at Trinity Western University in Langley, British Columbia where she is the Stream Director for the Master of Educational Leadership. She is involved in the K-12 system through various projects and professional development consulting.
The intention behind this blog is threefold:
to help me be a more reflective practitioner,
keep in contact with students and colleagues and
contribute to a wider Community of Practice in Educational Leadership.