Delta's ACE Women's Network works in conjunction with the Michigan ACE Women’s Network and commit to professional development, networking, mentoring, advocacy, and support for women in Michigan’s higher education system.
The Michigan ACE Network is open to all public and private, two-year and four-year institutions in the state and requires institutional membership for participation in Network activities.
Professional development, networking, mentoring, advocacy, and support for women in Michigan's higher education system are provided through the Network. At an annual conference, women in the state learn new leadership strategies and network with other women in leadership positions. Service as institutional representatives (appointed by the presidents of member institutions) provides an opportunity for women to exercise leadership on their campuses and to identify as well as develop emerging women faculty and staff leaders. Through work on the Executive Board, women in Michigan assist in developing, promoting, supporting, and recognizing other women who are making a difference in higher education through official programming and informal communications.
Visit the Michigan American Council on Education (MI-ACE) Women's Network site for upcoming conferences and professional development opportunities.