Talking Heads: How do you feel about the lack of female leaders in higher positions at Queen’s?

Talking Heads for Wednesday, Jan. 14, 2015

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“I wasn't aware, I have a number of female friends in leadership positions.” Victoria Kerr, ArtSci ’15
“I wasn't aware, I have a number of female friends in leadership positions.” Victoria Kerr, ArtSci ’15
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“[The numbers] exemplify a patriarchal society.” Jane Yerex, ArtSci ’17
“[The numbers] exemplify a patriarchal society.” Jane Yerex, ArtSci ’17
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“It’s important for there to be strong female representatives as role models.” Gillian Armstrong, ArtSci ’16
“It’s important for there to be strong female representatives as role models.” Gillian Armstrong, ArtSci ’16
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“[Queen’s] should have female role models coming in who are in positions of power.” Kyle Pakeman, M.PL. ’16
“[Queen’s] should have female role models coming in who are in positions of power.” Kyle Pakeman, M.PL. ’16
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“Women need to find more motivation and make more attainable goals.” Monica Canario, ArtSci ’15
“Women need to find more motivation and make more attainable goals.” Monica Canario, ArtSci ’15
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Talking Heads for Wednesday, Jan 14 2015.

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