Women and Self-Leadership: Necessary and Successful

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Chrys Egan & Sherry Azadi Maykrantz

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    Dr. Chrys Egan is a Salisbury University Communication Professor, Faculty Senate President, BEACON Business Scholar in Residence, Director of the Girls Innovation Academy, and Co-director of the Office of Undergraduate Research and Creative Activity. Her publications address diverse leadership and identities, politics and civic engagement, applied research methods, family dynamics, public speaking, free speech, media studies, and new technologies. She is President of the Popular Culture Association in the South and served as the International Leadership Association’s Women and Leadership Conference Co-chair and Communication Chair. She has received several awards: Distinguished Faculty, President’s Diversity, Outstanding Faculty, Alumni Association Faculty Appreciation, and Outstanding Research Mentor. Dr. Egan has two wonderful sons.

    Dr. Sherry Maykrantz is a Salisbury University Assistant Professor in the College of Health and Human Services. Her background is in public health education and leadership. Her publications address self-leadership, mental health, stress, and self-medicating behaviors among college students. She serves as a student mentor for undergraduate research and is an active committee member of the Salisbury University Student Research Conference. She is the 2018 coach of the Salisbury University case study competition team for the International Leadership Association. Dr. Maykrantz lives in West Ocean City, MD, with her family.

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