Vanderbilt Leaders Collaborate to Address Key Issues Facing Women Staff

Three administrative leaders at Vanderbilt University have partnered together to establish a collaborative approach to study and address key issues facing women on the university’s staff. Vice Chancellor for Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion James E. Page, Vice Chancellor for Administration Eric Kopstain, and Provost and Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs Susan R. Wente will be leading the new initiative that focuses on career progression, work-life effectiveness, experience in the workplace, and equity.

The new project will add to Provost Wente’s recently announced plans for supporting women on campus. A survey will be launched to gather data from the staff to help provide insight into women’s issues on campus.

Provost Wente stated “I am thrilled that Vice Chancellor Page and Vice Chancellor Kopstain will be strategic partners as we focus on women and their ability to succeed and thrive at Vanderbilt. As a whole, our efforts represent a university-wide commitment to creating a welcoming environment for women.”

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