DAWN Visionaries

“… IF YOU WANT SOMETHING DONE, ASK A WOMAN.”

–Margaret Thatcher

As women in higher education, we bring insight, innovation, and resourcefulness to everything we do. No matter our title or role, our achievements are significant and worthy of celebration.

Recognizing this, DAWN will identify women Visionaries from our institutions who are doing great things in their communities, families, and careers, and highlight their accomplishments as forward thinkers and luminaries.

2020-2021 Visionaries

Jocelyn Moses, Goldey-Beacom College

What makes a great leader?

When I think about impeccable leadership, I think of a person who is unapologetic, motivating, supportive, honest, bold and fearless. I have had the opportunity to be raised, groomed, and loved by this type of leader, my mother. She has shown me the importance of being an example and taking care of those that I lead–thank you so much mom! One who embodies commitment and integrity as they navigate their team through adversities makes a great leader. READ MORE.

Lucia Nemeth, Wilmington University

Tell us about a time you felt truly proud of your work. What did you accomplish?

Very early on in my employment with the University, I recognized the potential that online learning had in making quality education accessible to everyone, especially to those who otherwise would not have such access. From the outset I knew the University shared my vision of advancing the mission of online education; it was one of the very reasons I was excited by the school in the first place. READ MORE.