I completed the second leadership profile in what will hopefully be a series and, eventually, a published collection with a global audience (wishful thinking!). Interviewing Felice Nudelman from Antioch University provided another glimpse into the personal and professional influences and pathways that shape a leader and his or her commitment to civic engagement.
This was the second interview I conducted as part of the collaborative research SOCHE is doing with the Kettering Foundation on the role of the college president in advancing community engagement. In this profile, Felice reflects on her early childhood influences, struggling around the idea of going to college, and eventually finding a perfect blend of her passion for the arts with fighting social injustices.
It is hugely rewarding to have the opportunity to talk at length with higher education leaders on a subject of mutual and profound interest, civic engagement. And, truly, an honor to be able to share their stories. Please take a moment to read Felice Nudelman’s profile Be True to Yourself.