Advancing Women in Higher Education
The NC ACE Network is a part of a system of volunteer state networks that started in 1977 under the American Council on Education with funding from the Carnegie Corporation. The purpose of the Networks is to provide professional development to women to prepare for more advanced administrative and leadership positions. Forty-seven networks exist across the country, most of which are state-based. Each state network conducts a wide variety of programs and initiatives in response to the needs of the women in their states, and establishes an organizational structure that best fits the specific needs of the state. Most state networks conduct statewide or regional conferences that provide professional development and networking opportunities for women at all levels of higher education faculty and administration. Collectively, the programming of the state networks across the U.S. reaches approximately 10,000 women each year.
For log-in credentials, please contact your Institutional Representative.
The NC ACE Network is comprised of institutional or organizational members—colleges, universities, or other educational organizations.
Institutional or organizational members pay annual membership dues through their presidents/chancellors or CEO’s office. Faculty and staff interested in professional development and advancing their careers can join the NC ACE Network listserv and attend network sponsored events if their institution or organization is current on membership dues. Annual membership dues are based on a tiered payment plan, determined by numbers of students enrolled or employees/members in an educational organizational.
For other higher education organizations interested in joining, and others interested in sponsoring the NC ACE Network, contact us.