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Title: What is COACh

Proactive Mentoring and LeadershipProgram for
Females in Academia
Committee on the Advancement of Women Chemists
What is COACh?
  • The current objectives of theCommittee on the
    Advancement of Women Chemists are to
  • Assist academic women chemists to achieve their
    professional teaching research goals.
  • Provide training workshops and networking forums
    to enhance the careers of women.
  • Research factors that may contribute to the low
    numbers of women in the field.
  • Develop model programs that can be used more
    broadly across the sciences.

COACh Workshops
  • COACh workshops are designed to develop
    professional skills for career enhancement. Two
    types of workshops are currently offered
  • Negotiation training in successful negotiating
    strategies for use in leading or participating in
    discussions and meetings
  • Leadership training in leadership roles and
    self-assessment of leadership style, with a
    perspective on genders role in leadership.

COACh Works Testimonials
  • The workshop helped me to define what problems I
    have with negotiating. Now I can improve them
    with the skills I learned.
  • I got a lot of value out of getting to know my
    female colleagues and sharing our real
  • The sessions were incredibly instructive no
  • The workshop facilitators experiences in higher
    education settings were helpful contributions to
    the group discussions.
  • It was an amazing experience to work with so
    many smart women to effectively problem-solve
    difficult situations weve encountered with
    negotiation in our workplaces.

Workshop Grads
  • Georgia Arbuckle-Keil, Rutgers
  • Christina Bailey, Cal Poly San Luis Obispo
  • Ruth Baltus, Clarkson
  • Deborah Bebout, College of William and Mary
  • Rebecca Braslau, UC Santa Cruz
  • Joan Brennecke, Notre Dame
  • Joan Broderick, Michigan State
  • Sheila Brown, Mt. Holyoke
  • Diane Burgess, Connecticut
  • Maria Burka, NSF
  • Judith Burstyn, Wisconsin
  • Jean Chmielewski, Purdue
  • Sue Clark, Washington State
  • Christa Colyer, Wake Forest
  • Katrina Cornish, USDA
  • Phoebe Dea, Occidental
  • Victoria DeRose, Texas AM
  • Felicia Etzkorn, Virginia Tech
  • Stephanie Farrell, Rowan
  • Barbara Garrison, Penn State
  • Gunda Georg, Kansas
  • Jacquelyn Gervay-Hague, UC Davis
  • Christine Grant, North Carolina State
  • Karen Goldberg, Washington
  • Dixie Goss, Hunter College, CUNY
  • Sarah Green, Michigan Tech
  • Esin Gulari, Wayne State
  • Ann Hagerman, Miami University of Ohio
  • Rita Hessley, Cincinnati
  • Kathryn Hollar, Rowan
  • Karlene Hoo, Texas Tech
  • Amy Howell, Connecticut
  • Judith Iriarte-Gross, Middle Tennessee State
  • Sue Jackels, Seattle University
  • Leslie Jimenez, Rutgers
  • Kerry Karukstis, Harvey Mudd
  • Carol Korzeniewski, Texas Tech
  • Branka Ladanyi, Colorado State

Workshop Grads
  • Nancy Levinger, Colorado State
  • Linda Luck, Clarkson
  • Lee Magid, Tennessee
  • Rita Majerle, South Dakota State
  • Guangzhao Mao, Wayne State
  • Cynthia McClure, Montana State
  • Anne McCoy, Ohio State
  • Lisa McElwee-White, Florida
  • Jeanne McHale, Idaho
  • Sabeeha Merchant, UCLA
  • Kathleen Healy Moore, Oakland University
  • Faith Morrison, Michigan Tech
  • Janet Morrow, Buffalo
  • Pushpa Murthy, Michigan Tech
  • Donna Nelson, Oklahoma
  • Umit Ozkan, Ohio State
  • Kathy Parker, SUNY, Stony Brook
  • Diana Phillips, Kettering
  • Hanna Reisler, USC
  • Mary Rezac, Georgia Tech
  • Mercedes Rivero-Hudec, Rhode Island
  • Maureen Scharberg, San Jose State
  • Cynthia Selassie, Pomona
  • Sherry Yennello, Texas AM
  • Jacqueline Shanks, Iowa State
  • Annette Shine, Associate, Delaware
  • Jennifer Sinclair, Purdue
  • Deanne Snavely, Bowling Green State
  • Marylee Southard, Kansas
  • Koni Stone, Calif. State University, Stanislaus
  • Claire Tessier, Akron
  • Nancy Tooney, Polytechnic University
  • Debra Van Engelen, North Carolina, Asheville
  • Pratibha Varma-Nelson, Saint Xavier
  • Linda Wang, Purdue
  • Angela Wilson, North Texas
  • Ingrid Fritsch, Arkansas
  • Julia Fulghum, Kent State

Upcoming Workshops
November 3, 2002 (Fall AIChE November 4-9),
Indianapolis, IN Coaching Strong Women in the Art
of Strategic Persuasion Networking Reception
March 22, 2003 (Spring ACS March 23-27), New
Orleans, LA Coaching Strong Women in the Art of S
trategic Persuasion The Chemistry of Leadership
A Women's Leadership Development Program
Networking Reception November 15, 2003 (Fall AI
ChE November 16-21), San Francisco, CA
The Chemistry of Leadership A Women's Leadership
Development Program Networking Reception March
27, 2004 (Spring ACS March 28-April 1), Anaheim,
CA The Chemistry of Leadership A Women's Leaders
hip Development Program Networking Reception
Our Funding Sponsors
Camille and Henry Dreyfus Foundation
National Science Foundation National Institut
es of Health Department of Energy, Basic Energy
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