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CSU’s Six Women Presidents Honored as Trailblazers by Leadership California

The California State University’s six women presidents ‒ (from left, top) Soraya M. Coley, Cal Poly Pomona; Jane Close Conoley, CSU Long Beach; Mildred García, CSU Fullerton; Dianne F. Harrison, CSU Northridge; Karen S. Haynes, CSU San Marcos; and Lisa Rossbacher, Humboldt State ‒ will receive the Trailblazer Award from Leadership California. The award is part of the annual Legacy of Leadership Awards which celebrate women of influence, who serve as pioneers in their field, exemplify a spirit of exploration, passion and groundbreaking achievement that leads the way for others to succeed. It is the first time in Leadership California’s history that six women have been selected to receive the award as a group. Read more »