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AEMG Successfully Held the Forum of Women Leadership Research Institute in Xi’an

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AEMG Successfully Held the Forum of Women Leadership Research Institute in Xi’an

On 15th July 2017, the Forum of Women Leadership Research Institute (WLRI) was successfully held by AEMG. The Executive Dean of the Faculty of Life and Health Sciences and the Queen’s Honours OBE owner Professor Carol Curran, and the deputy editor-in-chief of Shandong Education Press Ms. MENG Xuhong, Ms. Fiona Lacey from University of Aston, Mrs. Emma Magill from Macmillan Education Australia, Ms. Melissa Banks from James Cook University, Professor Sarah Todd from Griffith University, Professor HOU Shuxia from Inner Mongolia University of Finance and Economics, Mrs. WANG Jing from Australia Education Management Group, Professor DING Wenli from Yunnan Normal University, and Professor KONG Haiyan from Shandong University, Weihai, as well as the other outstanding women leaders from our partner universities were invited to participate in the forum.

The theme of this forum is The Significance of Women Leadership in Changing the World. Ms. Malissa Banks from James Cook University was invited to be the host. During this forum, the outstanding women leaders shared their experience and talked about women development, the characters of women leaders and the balance between work and home. In the end all guests who attended this forum signed agreements to join and develop the Women Leadership Research Institute. The forum met a happy ending in a harmonious and pleasant atmosphere .

The successful host of today’s forum will accelerate the comprehensive development of career, family and personage for the female leaders from China, Australia, the United Kingdom, the United States of America, New Zealand and European countries. It also established a strong base for the operation and further development of AEMG Women Leadership Research Institute.