TWF presents Caroline Erisman of Dana Hall on Helping Teen Girls to Be Their Best
Caroline Erisman, Head of School at Dana Hall, will present on helping teen girls to be their best.
Caroline’s talk will cover:
- How to empower girls and help them find their voices
- How to align achievement and well-being in girls
- What girls need to know in order to succeed
ABOUT THE SPEAKER:
Caroline Erisman is the 10th Head of School at Dana Hall, an all-girls independent boarding and day school for grades 6-12. Previously, she was Associate Head of School at The Hewitt School, an all-girls K-12 school in New York City. She is currently a Trustee at Beacon Academy in Boston, and has also served as a Trustee of the Shady Hill School in Cambridge, Mass and The Town School in New York City. After graduating Phi Beta Kappa from all-women’s Wellesley College with a bachelor’s degree in classical civilisation, Caroline went on to earn a master’s degree in curriculum and teaching from Columbia University’s Teacher’s College and a J.D. from the New York University School of Law.
All proceeds from the event will go towards She Objects, a new bilingual documentary by The Women’s Foundation that will explore the gender stereotypes created and exacerbated by the media. The film will feature stories from across the generations and interviews with female leaders, artists, activists and academics, and will underpin a media literacy campaign that is expected to roll out across schools in Hong Kong during the 2015-2016 school year.
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