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The Heads Network

2022 Annual 
Feb 27-March 1, 2022
Wild Dunes Resort

Charleston, SC

Back together- 
in person!

 Registration will be found on the front page of this website.

The 2021 Annual Conference 

Leading with COURAGE in a Time of 


Fatigue, Emotion, Aggression and Reaction

Virtual Speakers included:

Deborah Roberts. ABC correspondent

Dr. Howard Stevenson, U Penn- Diversity Researcher

Sara Skvorsky-Future Educational Trends

By Leaders, for leaders

If any one event epitomizes the mission of The Heads Network, it's the Annual Conference. 


Advancing women’s leadership…Active collaboration and professional growth… Committed to the education of girls…Mentoring seminars for aspiring women leaders…Professional networking for all member schools


At a glance, these key phrases from our mission quickly show the synergy between our organizational purpose and the Annual Conference. 


The Annual Conference offers a forum for discussing innovation, trends, and peer reflection in a collegial atmosphere of diversity and intimacy.  With a thought provoking array of speakers featured each year, the membership is continually challenged by leaders to remain engaged in all aspects of life. Recent years have featured insightful perspectives on education, women’s leadership development and training, innovation, institutional effectiveness, organizational change, information technology, entrepreneurship, and nutrition. 


The Annual Conference takes place just prior to and, if possible, in the vicinity of the NAIS Annual Conference; beginning with an opening session on Sunday evening and concluding before lunch on Tuesday.  The schedule includes ample free time for networking with members.


The Annual Conference is a "not to be missed" in which attendees are energized, friendships formed, and connections made between colleagues and schools. We hope it will be placed prominently on each head's yearly calendar!

"Without women at the table, contributing to and leading the discussion, the quality of education for all students -girls and boys- will simply be compromised."

~ Landis Green  

Wildwood School 

Los Angeles, CA       

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