LHCAWE provides a unique community that enhances the power of women administrators. It is through a collective group of organized women in education that LHCAWE’s members have done pioneering work, made history, and advanced women in educational leadership.
- To become part of LHCAWE’s network of women administrators, become a member by clicking here!
- Next, connect with LHCAWE members online—locally or statewide.
- To network with groups of women who share your passions, join a LHCAWE advocacy committee or working group.
- To provide or receive mentoring in a one-to-one relationship, sign up for LHCAWE’s mentor/mentee program where you can provide or receive guidance on a variety of administrative topics.
No matter where you are in your career, there is a LHCAWE member that has been there before and can help navigate your career path. With nearly 30 years of experience of women working to advance each other in administration, LHCAWE provides a unique environment for you to network, build strategic alliances, develop leadership skills, and provide or receive mentoring.