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Notable Women in Education

METHODOLOGY: The honorees did not pay to be included. Their profiles were drawn from nomination materials. This list features only individuals for whom nominations were submitted and accepted after a review by our editorial team. To qualify for the list, nominees must be based in southeast Wisconsin. They must be currently serving in a senior level role at their firm, must hold a leadership position in their industry outside of their own organization, have made a significant contribution to advancing workplace equality at their own workplace or beyond, and act as a role model or mentor.

Notable Women in Education: Judith Parker

When the COVID-19 pandemic hit, Judith Parker, principal at the Dr. Howard Fuller Collegiate Academy, told her students and staff that “learning never stops.”  Within...

Notable Women in Education: Sherry Simmons

As chief diversity and compliance officer, Sherry Simmons has played a key role in helping Waukesha County Technical College institutionalize diversity, equity, inclusion and...
Debbie Ford

Notable Women in Education: Debbie Ford

UW-Parkside chancellor Dr. Debbie Ford’s leadership qualities were demonstrated by her most recent efforts to keep a smaller university like Parkside (student enrollment: 4,500)...

Notable Women in Education: Angela Frazier Arthur

Angela Frazier Arthur joined Waukesha County Technical College  as the new vice president of student services in June 2020, and right from the start,...

Notable Women in Education: Kelly Thompson

Dr. Kelly Thompson, superintendent of schools for the Muskego-Norway School District, supports the creation of a culture of continuous improvement, according to Muskego mayor...

Notable Women in Education: Kanika Burks

Kanika Burks, principal of Milwaukee College Prep - Lola Rowe Campus, is an educator and leader who works to inspire her students and serve...

Notable Women in Education: Lisa Olson

Since Dr. Lisa Olson came to the Whitnall School District as superintendent in 2016, she has lead the district through internal issues with confidence...

Notable Women in Education: Nicole Schmidt

Beginning in May 2020, Nicole Schmidt, vice president and chief academic officer at LUMIN Schools, co-led a COVID-19 task force responsible for creating LUMIN’s...

Notable Women in Education: Christine Pharr

Since the moment Mount Mary University president Dr. Christine Pharr arrived on campus in 2018, she has been a force for change and an...

Notable Women in Education: Beth Borgen

Beth Borgen’s success story gets better each year. She has quickly risen to the presidency at Lakeland University – a role she never envisioned...

Notable Women in Education: Kathryn Baganz

Kathryn Baganz, principal at Lake Country Lutheran High School in Hartland, consistently makes an impact in education as she leads educators, instructs and mentors...

Notable Women in Education: Kim Miller

Kim Miller, chair of New Studio Practice: Fine Arts at the Milwaukee Institute of Art & Design, works for the success of MIAD students...

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