Women’s Leadership Conference

    March 14-15, 2019

    The Palace at Somerset Park


    2019 Call for Proposals - DEADLINE EXTENDED!

    On behalf of AASA/NJASA/NJPSA, thank you for taking the time to consider submitting a proposal for the 2019 AASA/NJASA/NJPSA, Women’s Leadership Conference.

    Key Information and Deadlines

    Cut and paste the link below to complete the online Call for Proposals


    September 24, 2018 9:00 a.m. EST      Call for Proposals Opens

    November 16, 2018, 11:59 p.m. EST      Call for Proposals Closes


    Session Information

    The submissions collected from this Call for Proposals will be considered for breakout sessions only. 

    Breakout sessions take place on Thursday and Friday and are 60 minutes in length.

    Presenters must be available on the day for which AASA/NJASA/NJPSA assigns your session.

    Proposal submission does not guarantee participation in the AASA/NJASA/NJPSA  Women’s Leadership Conference

    All presenters must pay conference registration fees and have a registration badge. Please explain this policy to your co-presenters.  There are no presenter registration discounts available. We cannot pay an honorarium or expenses for presenting breakout sessions at the conference, but hope that the intangible benefits of being a part of our educational programming make the effort worthwhile for presenters.  

    Persons presenting at the conference are expected to use material and language that does not discriminate on the basis of gender, race, color, ethnicity, religion, physical ability, and/or sexual orientation.         

    AASA/NJASA/NJPSA does not pay ANY honoraria, speaker fees, or travel expenses to breakout session speakers.

    Submission Information

    The individual submitting the abstract is considered the primary contact.
    All conference information and correspondence will be sent via email.

    Preference will be given to the sessions that follow the topics:

    1.  Pathways to Leadership
    2.  New Century Leadership Skills
    3.  Creating an Even Playing Field
    4.  Roles that Women Play
    5.  Work/Life Balance
    6.  Technology (Skills, Equity, Branding Yourself, Your Schools, Your District)
    7.  STEAM
    8.  Crisis Management
    9.  Coaching and Mentoring
    10. Administrator/Board Relations

    Breakout rooms will be equipped with an LCD projector, screen, and head table for three. Any other audiovisual equipment (i.e. audio, flipcharts, etc.,) must be requested and AASA will accommodate when possible.

    Internet access is provided in breakout rooms.

    Presenters agree to provide contact information for ALL presenters, including, name, address, phone number, and email address.

    Presenters agree to permit AASA/NJASA/NJPSA to provide their contact information to attendees upon request.

    Presenters understand that AASA/NJASA/NJPSA does not provide hardcopy handouts to attendees.


    Watch for registration information on www.njasa.net