Contribution to a Book
Black Women Navigating Historically White Higher Education Institutions and the Journey Toward Liberation
Black women play a vital role in the success of higher education. However, Black women administrators are often successful in the profession without the necessary tools and support. Although Black women administrators experience several barriers in the profession, they still find ways to connect, engage, and find a sense of community. Black women administrators must have an understanding of how to navigate these challenges in the academy as reoccurring issues can become detrimental to their careers. This chapter focuses on the challenges and successes of Black women administrators in higher education at historically white institutions.
Shetina M. Jones and Patience D. Bryant. "Sis I See You!: Stories of Black Women Administrators – Lifting the Veil, Stories of Black Women Administrators at HWIs" Black Women Navigating Historically White Higher Education Institutions and the Journey Toward Liberation (2022): 229-244. https://doi.org/10.4018/978-1-6684-4626-3.ch011