As we celebrate Women’s History Month, NASSP proudly recognizes the contributions of female school and student leaders who are shaping our country’s future. Check out NASSP’s resources curated to help inspire you to lead with diversity, equity, and inclusion at the forefront.

Women in Leadership: Advice From Members of NASSP’s Board 

In honor of Women’s History Month, we’ve gathered insights from five women on the NASSP Board of Directors who have faced challenges and succeeded in their careers. Whether you’re just starting out in your leadership journey or are well on your way, we hope this advice helps you navigate the ups and downs of leadership. 

Members of the Women in School Leadership Network at Ignite last summer.
Members of the Women in School Leadership Network at Ignite last summer. Photo courtesy of Beth Houf.

Women in School Leadership Network 

Join an empowering monthly meeting for women in school leadership. Connect with like-minded leaders, engage in dynamic discussions, and thrive personally and professionally. Break barriers and create an inclusive educational landscape. You must be registered to attend, and when you join you will receive an email with the monthly meeting link. 

Women’s History Month Projects 

Check out this list of March activities for your student programs, celebrating Women’s History Month and more. 

The Music in My Leadership 

Abyssinia Haile, state president of the Massachusetts Association of Student Councils, shares how tizita, an Ethiopian music genre similar to American Blues, helped her reach her leadership position and make a difference in her community. An inspirational read for school and student leaders alike.   

Looking for more great reads? Check out recent issues of Principal Leadership.

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