Servant Leadership: In 1970, Robert Greenleaf published a ground-breaking leadership essay “The Servant as Lea...
With the start of the war many males were in uniform so more opportunities arose for women to fill the empty space in schools and the universities became more willing to admit the women.  Slowly more educational institutions opened their doors to women; today, there are 60 women's colleges in the United States offering educational programs that parallel co-educational universities both in subject matter and in quality.
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Magdalena Mieri (Latino Programming Coordinator) is currently the Director of the Program in Latino History and Culture at the National Museum of American History, Smithsonian Institution. Her role is to organize and implement a variety of programs and to develop collaborations across the museum, and at the local and national levels, to tell the rich stories of Latinos. Before her position at the Museum she was the Museum Program Specialist and Director of the Latino Virtual Gallery at the Smithsonian Center for Latino Initiatives. She has been with the Smithsonian Institution since 1992. Ms. Mieri has consulted with museums in Argentina, Peru, Mexico, Uruguay and Bolivia. Before joining the Smithsonian she was Assistant Curator at the Museo de Arte Hispanoamericano in Buenos Aires, Argentina. She also holds a Senior Fellow position in the Department of Anthropology, at University of Maryland, College Park and has taught graduate level courses in the Masters of Museum Education at George Washington University. Ms. Mieri received her . in Museum Studies from the Argentine Institute of Museology and her . in Anthropological Sciences from the University of Buenos Aires, Argentina.