Women of Power: 10 Education Leaders Who are Making a Difference

Top females making boss moves training the world's next big leaders

Beverly Tatum, Ph.D., will be honored with the Barbara Graves Awards at the 2015 Women of Power Summit. (Image: Spelman College)

The issues that exist within the education system in regards to learning opportunities for the next generation are multi-faceted. From a still existing achievement gap amongst minority students and their peers, to the need for more black and brown students to get involved in STEM and a cry for more young people to become teachers, the work of those within the education field is never ending.

Therefore, in honor of education leader Dr. Beverly Tatum being the recipient of the Barbara Graves Award at Black Enterprise’s upcoming Women of Power Summit, we’ve rounded up a list of education power players you should know. From university professors, to school president’s and organization leaders, see which female bosses have made our education leaders list.

CELEBRATING 10 YEARS! Join us for the landmark 10th Annual Black Enterprise Women of Power Summit hosted by State FarmMarch 2–4, 2015, at Fort Lauderdale Harbor Beach Marriott Resort & Spa, Fort Lauderdale, FL. This exciting, one-of-a-kind executive leadership summit is designed to train, equip and encourage women to become industry leaders, learn career strategies, and discover proven work–life balance techniques. Register Now! http://www.blackenterprise.com/wps

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