Women in School Leadership Network

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About the Women in School Leadership Network

For principals and assistant principals to share challenges and opportunities of the profession faced by women, and support each other personally and professionally.


NASSP membership not required to join.

Women in School Leadership Network Facilitators

Beth Houf

Beth Houf
Principal
Fulton Middle School
Fulton, MD

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Katie Morgan

Katie Morgan
Assistant Principal
Marysville High School
Marysville, OH

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Upcoming Network Meetings

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Middle School Leaders Network Meeting

February 13, 2023, 5:00–6:00 p.m. ET

Members of this network meet monthly via Zoom to talk about challenges unique to preparing students for high school. Share via: Facebook Twitter LinkedIn Copy Link Email More

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Principal of The Year Leadership Network Meeting

February 14, 2023, 5:00–6:00 p.m. ET

During this Zoom meeting, past State Principals of the Year and NASSP Digital Principals of the Year connect with each other. Learn more about the network here. Share via: Facebook Twitter LinkedIn Copy Link Email More

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Rural Schools Network Meeting

February 16, 2023, 6:00–7:00 p.m. ET

School leaders in rural communities strengthen their connections in this monthly online meeting. Learn more about the network here. Share via: Facebook Twitter LinkedIn Copy Link Email More

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Latest Women in Leadership News

  • Last week, Ashley Bowling, the assistant principal of Florence Middle School in Florence, AL, and the 2022 Alabama Assistant Principal of the Year, was the keynote speaker at the Inaugural Teacher Candidate Pinning Ceremony at the University of North Alabama. […]
  • For National Principals Month, we are highlighting school leaders who have made valuable contributions to their schools and communities. A few of the people they’ve impacted the most tell their inspiring stories. This week, instructional coach Magdalena Mata shares about […]
  • When I accepted my Principal of the Year award at the Ohio Association of Secondary School Administrators’ (OASSA) conference earlier this month, I spoke about the importance of female representation in school leadership. I also shared how preparing my remarks […]
  • I have always thought of social media as a place for schools to post school information and archive great memories of student achievement and activities. Like many districts, in recent years, my district has received online threats, and inaccurate information […]
  • At the Maine Principals’ Association conference last month, I spoke about what I feel are the most important tools in an administrator’s toolbox. These are the tools I’ve relied on in my 28-year career as a school leader. As the […]