We invite you to join our 2020 Learning Community, where we will have semi-annual discussions related to three themes. For each theme, learning community members will have the opportunity to learn from each other through a facilitated foundational discussion, integrating personal experiences with related media and resources. We will explore the theme as it relates to Oregon, Gender, and Higher Education. This will be followed by reading a theme-centered book and a virtual book discussion.

Indigenous Experiences (February - April)

Foundational Discussion: February 20 @ 12pm Register Here!

Suggested Resources:

Book Discussion: There There by Tommy Orange, April 22 @ 12pm​ Register Here!


Access to Higher Education (May - July)

Foundational Discussion: Early May (TBD)
Book Discussion: Educated by Tara Westover, Late July (TBD)


Experiences of Gender (August - October)

Foundational Discussion: Early August (TBD)
Book Discussion: Sissy: A Coming-of-Gender Story by Jacob Tobia, Late October (TBD)

Connect with Leaders

Networking with women, non-binary, and trans leaders in the state of Oregon will enhance your professional experience. We look forward to creating opportunities to meet, connect and develop together.

Engage in Professional Development

Participate in opportunities for professional growth through educational programs that are provided by our campus contact network right on your campus, in your region or at a state wide gathering. The focus is on providing you with the leadership skills and mentoring necessary to lead.

Lead Change in Higher Education

Higher education in the state of Oregon provides a dynamic environment where women, non-binary, and trans people can impact change. Whether in the community college, 4-year institution, public, or private, we want you to be a part of shaping the future of higher education by empowering and affirming your leadership abilities.