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Monday, January 28, 2019

Dr. Malika Carter to Present at Women's Workshop, Februrary 22, 2019, Paul Smith's College

 Dr. Malika Carter is a Chief Diversity Officer, activist, commentator, educator, and writer.  In August 2017, Dr. Malika Carter began as the first Chief Diversity Officer (CDO) for the College of Environmental Science and Forestry (ESF) in Syracuse, NY.  Prior to serving at ESF, Dr. Carter was the CDO for the City of Worcester, Massachusetts. Dr. Carter has more than 15 years' experience developing policies and initiatives that address inclusion, diversity, and equity.  Dr. Carter has her Ph.D. in Institutional Analysis from North Dakota State University. Her newest scholarly contribution is nestled in the book "Black Women and Social Justice Education: Legacies and Lessons".  For more Workshop registration and program information.  Photo by SUNY ESF.

Wednesday, January 16, 2019

Women's Workshop Luncheon Speaker Announced

Theresa A. Phalon, President and Chief Executive Officer of the North Country Savings Bank, will be the featured luncheon speaker at the 2019 Women in Leadership workshop at Paul Smith’s College on February 22, 2019. “From a Job to a Career” is the title of Terry’s talk reflecting on her experiences in the workplace.  North Country Savings is a $250 million mutual savings bank based in Canton, New York with branches located throughout St. Lawrence County, as well as a lending office in Malone, New York.  For more Workshop program and registration information.