Voices of African American Women Leaders on Factors that Impact their Career Advancement in North Carolina Community Colleges
The purpose of this qualitative research was to examine the leadership experiences of African American women leaders in North Carolina community colleges and to shed light on the factors that impact their career advancement. Twelve African American women leaders (directors, chairs, deans, vice presidents and presidents) who met the inclusion criteria were interviewed for this study. Through a triangulated data collection and analytical approach, a number of themes emerged on their experiences and factors that impacted the career advancement. The themes include race and gender, leadership preparation, networking and building relationships. The findings from this research have leadership, policy, and practical implications.
Hague, LaShanda Y. and Okpala, Comfort O.
"Voices of African American Women Leaders on Factors that Impact their Career Advancement in North Carolina Community Colleges,"
Journal of Research Initiatives: Vol. 2:
3, Article 3.
Available at: https://digitalcommons.uncfsu.edu/jri/vol2/iss3/3
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