Leadership Reflections of Women Tribal College Presidents

Nov 15th, 1997 | By | Category: 9-3: Responsible Welfare Reform, Features
By Bernita L. Krumm

This article is taken from a qualitative research study on the leadership roles of four American Indian women tribal college leaders. The study, “Leadership Roles of American Indian Women Tribal College Presidents,” was conducted between August 1996 and June 1987. It examined the experiences of the participants as tribal college presidents and how they promoted success for their students, faculty, and institutions. TCJ PAID CONTENT


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