It is hard to believe that it is mid-October, and that another new year is launched at St. Clement’s. This time of year is one of welcoming.
Last week I wrote about the importance of voice in effecting change, and while I consider myself an optimist, I am troubled by the messages that women and girls have been receiving over the last several weeks.
As I write this blog post, I am travelling from a Round Square International Conference hosted by Ashbury College in Ottawa, Ontario, to a National Coalition of Girls’ Schools Board of Trustees’ meeting and Educating Girls’ Symposium in Cleveland,
On my bulletin board above my desk are a number of quotations. This past week, one in particular reminded me of the importance of the work we do and how privileged we are to do it.
I have had many conversations over the last several weeks about stress. What both fascinates and concerns me is that there seems to be a perceived need for people to articulate,