The partnership of the Marin Women's Commission with Dominican University of California is guided by the mutual commitment that Women's Leadership effectively impacts systems' change so that Women of all ages are empowered, educated, and engaged in the Community. For more information: Marin Women's Commission (PDF)
In 1998, Ron Suskind, then a Pulitzer prize winning reporter for The Wall Street Journal, wrote an extraordinary book about a young man's journey from the inner city to the Ivy League.Cedric Jennings, now 27, graduated from Brown University in 1999. For more information: Cedric Jennings (PDF)
The Compton Foundation Symposium: "The Humanization of Globalization"
On April 8, faculty and student research was presented at Dominican University of California. Invited Speakers included: Dr. Francoise O. Lepage, Dean and Professor Emerita, School of Business and International Studies
and Ms. Mashuda Khatan Shefali, Executive Director of Nari Uddog
For more information, please click here: Compton Symposium Faculty and Student (PDF)
On April 7, Dr. Francoise O. Lepage and Ms. Mashuda Khatan Shefali gave an oral presentation on some topics they have been researching. These topics included:
For more information, please click here: Compton Symposium Keynote (PDF)
Celebration of Women's History Month: Women's History Week 2004 was presented by Dominican University of California's Institute for Leadership Studies, Honors Program, and Expression Series
Service Leadership reflects the value that the role of leaders is to serve others. We are honoring women leaders who have demonstrated that value and have been dynamic agents of social change. This is a special presentation by two women leading the global fight to improve the lives of women and children around the world.
Roberta Swan, Program director of The Women in Leadership Faith study will present highlights of the study completed last year in cooperation with the Dominican University of California's Department of Humanities, Dominican's Institute for Leadership Studies and the Sufi Women Organization. The study of 34 women faith leaders in Marin County will be discussed by a panel of six faith leaders who will join Ms. Swan to speak on the following topics: