NCRW Transition Press Release

Click here to watch NCRW’s webinar introducing President  Áine Duggan with Lucie Lapovsky, Board Chair and Linda Basch, President Emerita

 

A Letter from NCRW President Áine Duggan 

It is an honor to step into the role of President of the National Council for Research on Women. As I travel around the country in the coming months, I look forward to meeting and speaking with many of you. Hearing from and working collaboratively with members and partners is my priority as I set out to build on the numerous accomplishments of Mariam, Mary Ellen and Linda.
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Letter from Lucie Lapovsky, Chair, Board of Directors

I am delighted to announce that after a careful and very competitive search, the Board of the National Council for Research on Women has unanimously selected Áine Duggan as its fourth president. Áine is the perfect person to lead the Council at this time in its history. She understands and is dedicated to using research to set the agenda and power change, and has a passion for making the world more equitable for women and girls.
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NCRW Names Áine Duggan President

New York, NY – November 13, 2012 – The National Council for Research on Women has named Áine Duggan as its new president, the Council’s Chair of the Board of Directors Lucie Lapovsky announced today. Ms. Duggan is a well-known leader of public policy, education, and advocacy programs related to social justice. The thirty-year-old Council is a network of more than 200 members and partners – including
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Letter from NCRW President Linda Basch

As many of you know, today I have stepped aside as President of the National Council for Research on Women and passed the baton to Aine Duggan, our impressive new President, about whom you have just received a press release.

I want to take this opportunity to thank you for your superb support over the almost 16 years of my leadership; we accomplished a great deal together, building a potent mix of research, collaboration and advocacy.
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