Black Women’s Leadership Experiences: Examining the Intersectionality of Race and Gender

@article{JeanMarie2009BlackWL,
  title={Black Women’s Leadership Experiences: Examining the Intersectionality of Race and Gender},
  author={Gaetane Jean-Marie and V. Williams and S. L. Sherman},
  journal={Advances in Developing Human Resources},
  year={2009},
  volume={11},
  pages={562 - 581}
}
In this article, the experiences of Black women educational leaders are highlighted to examine the intersection of race and gender in their leadership experiences and tease out approaches to gender inclusiveness to disrupt the isms (racism, sexism, etc.) in the construction of their leadership. The participants’ transcendence of racial and gender stereotypes became the impetus for developing a leadership style that is inclusive, builds consensus, and is collaborative. This issue is important… Expand
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