Experiences of African-American female community college presidents using a student affairs pathway: a phenomenological study
This study explored the lived experiences of African-American women who became community college presidents from a student affairs pathway. The duality of the purpose of this study was to understand the making of a community college president per the "pathway" of student affairs, while simultaneously exploring a viable alternative to the "the pipeline" to the community college presidency for African-American women seeking the community college presidency. An interpretative phenomenological paradigm involving 10 participants with in-depth interviews was the methodology. The use of Willig's ...
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