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Women's Leadership

The mission of the Mount St. Mary's College Women's Leadership is to prepare students for participation and leadership in our local and global communities. Women's Leadership help students develop leadership skills through co-curricular activities, as well as workshops, internships, and participation in national conferences.

Women’s Leadership is founded upon the relational model of leadership, defining leadership as the process of people working together to accomplish change and make a difference for the common good.

Women's Leadership Programs

Women’s Leadership offers several general workshops throughout the year. In addition, we offer tailored workshops to student organizations and academic classes. Women's Leadership also coordinates:

  • Annual Women's Leadership Conference 
  • Chalon & Doheny Associated Student Body (student government)
  • Clubs & Organizations on both campuses
  • Leadership Bootcamp, which is a day-long event focused on team-building skills
  • The Leadership Scholar Program
  • MSMC Chapter of The National Society of Leadership & Success (NSLS)
  • The Leadership Portfolio 
  • First-Year Student & Transfer Orientation Programs
  • Orientation Leader Training
  • Student participation in Public Leadership Education Network (PLEN) Seminars in Washington, D.C.
  • Various other civic education programs and opportunities
Chalon Campus: Leavey Commons, (310) 954-4350
Doheny Campus: Building 11 Second Floor, (213) 477-2983