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Empowering Women for the School Leadership Journey
Dinner and Dialogue Evening 
Topic: Caring for Your Whole Self
The Council for School Leadership - Edmonton Area is proud to provide an opportunity for you to share dinner with your colleagues from the Edmonton area and engage in dialogue and networking on the topic of women in education leadership with perspectives shared by three respected leaders in education in Alberta.  Join us as these strong leaders will share their personal experiences, challenges and successes  through insights and stories lived as school leaders within the teaching profession.
This event will fill up quickly so participants are encouraged to register as soon as possible for the evening.  Registration is limited to 50 delegates.
Tisa Haesch- Edmonton Catholic School Division:

I am in my 30th year as an educator with Edmonton Catholic School Division and served as an administrator for 12 years. I am currently in my second year serving as the Manager of Inclusive Communities. I am committed to supporting school teams cultivate inclusive, welcoming, safe and caring learning environments for all students! 

I look forward to sharing my journey of self care and the pillars that in my experience help care for your whole self!

Joanne Wynn- Edmonton Public Schools:
Johann is a school leader with Edmonton Public Schools. During the past 3 and half years she was working in District Supports Services. Joanne has recently embraced the opportunity to return to a school setting with accepting the principal assignment at Ecole Avalon School.
Colleen Alpern-Elk Island Public Schools:
Colleen Alpern, Ph. D., has been a school administrator for almost 20 years with Elk Island Public Schools and is pleased to share a few thoughts about supporting yourself on this complex journey we call life.
The Council for School Leadership is proud to provide an opportunity for you to share dinner with your colleagues and engage in dialogue with three leaders in education as they share their experiences of the importance of mentorship in their journey as women in education leadership in Alberta.
This event will fill up quickly so participants are encouraged to register as soon as possible for the evening.
This event will be of interest to all women and men who are school leaders, central office teachers, or are aspiring to leadership roles in education in Alberta.  We look forward to seeing you there.
Membership has its privileges!    If you hold an Alberta Teaching Certificate, we encourage you to become a CSL member with your free specialist council membership (if you qualify). This will result in significant savings for attendance at upcoming CSL events.
Membership offers the following benefits:
  • The opportunity to attend many regional and provincial professional improvement activities at a reduced rate
  • The opportunity to network and collaborate with administrators locally and provincially
  • A voice concerning the direction the province and the ATA are heading regarding policies that affect school administrators
  • A voice at the national level
  • Membership in the Canadian Association of Principals (CAP)
  • A direct link to this website is www.cdnprincipals.org
  • The CSL Magazine 
  • Representation on the School Administrators’ Issues and Concerns Committee (SAICC)
  • Professional learning opportunities such as: uLead Conference, Leadership Essentials for Administrators - LEA (Calgary or Edmonton),  Educational Leadership Academy
  • School Council resource materials and workshops
  • Issues for Administrators monograph series
To register for this event, please click "Register" at the top of this page.
*NOTE: If you would like to join the CSL , please follow this link ( bit.ly/joincsl ) prior to registering for this event or indicate your desire to join on the registration page.
Tuesday, October 22, 2019
Cocktails at 5:00 pm (No Host Bar)
Dinner commencing at 6:00 pm
Presentation and Dialogue beginning at 7:00 pm
 The Faculty Club of the University of Alberta
 11435 Saskatchewan Drive
 Edmonton, Alberta
*Refund Policy for This Event: Please note - for this dialogue dinner no refunds will be issued.  If you find that you are unable to attend the event once you have registered, please find a friend to attend in your place.
*The Alberta Teachers’ Association requires the information contained on this form in order to conduct the professional and business affairs of its membership and will collect, use and disclose the personal information about you accordingly. For inquiries, objections or concerns about how the Personal Information Protection Act applies to your personal information, please refer to our privacy policy on the ATA website at www.teachers.ab.ca
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