The WISA Blog is Back!

August 17, 2017

We are so glad to be back!

You may have noticed that the WISA blog has been MIA for just a bit. Well that’s about to change! We will soon be sharing blogs with you several times a month that match the WISA monthly themes. We are excited to share that our authors are strong, vibrant women that are paving the way in Student Affairs.

Additionally, you will have the opportunity to learn more about the WISA leadership team that you elected into office. We will be highlighting each individual with their very own blog post each month.

We want to say a big thank you for the overwhelming response we received from so many of you interested in blogging with us! Just as a call out, we are still looking to fill a few blog spaces in September (Mentorship), November (Veterans) and April (Pay Equity/Negotiation).

Please don’t hesitate to reach out to us with your post concept if you’re interested in any of these areas, or just flick us an email if you have any questions about the blog series. You can reach us at [email protected]

Just as a refresh, our monthly themes are:

  • August 2017: Beginnings
  • September 2017: Mentorship
  • October 2017: Careers in Student Affairs
  • November 2017: Veterans
  • December 2017: Intersectionality
  • January 2018: Self-Care/Wellness
  • February 2018: Job Searching
  • March 2018: Women’s History Month
  • April 2018: Pay Equality and Negotiation

Jillian Liota and Heather Brake serve as the new WISA Blog Co-Chairs. They are excited for the opportunity to serve the WISA community and provide an outlet for women in the field to share their passion and experience. Heather is the Assistant Director for Residence Education at Arkansas State University. Jillian is the Assistant Director of First Year and Residential Communities at Hawaii Pacific University.

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