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Agnes Scott is Equipping Diverse Women Leaders to Lead the Way in Their Communities, Workplaces and World.
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Empowered to Lead: Scottie Success
Alumnae share how Agnes Scott’s immersive global learning and leadership development prepared them to be inclusive leaders who are changing the status quo.
Delta believes the mission of Agnes Scott College aligns well with our mission of connecting the world. We believe in connecting people to people, people to place and people to potential. Like Agnes Scott, we embrace diverse thinking, innovation and creating change for good.
Agnes Scott proved to be an incredible partner for us in 2021, providing a great location and resources for our team of professional female athletes. The institution’s continued commitment to empowering women to grow and compete closely aligns with the values of the Dream, and we were proud to be a partner of Agnes Scott through the 2021 WNBA season.
I cannot say enough about the resources at Agnes Scott and how everyone here is always willing to help a Scottie… Everyone here is just always willing to give you their time and energy to really help you move forward.
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#1 in Innovation
3 Reasons Agnes Scott College is the Most Innovative in America
The top U.S. News & World Report Best Colleges ranking is the result of our faculty, staff and partners’ tireless pursuit of extraordinary experiences for every Agnes Scott student. We strive for innovation daily not just to claim the top place, but so every student leaves ready to claim their place as leaders in their communities, workplaces and world.
Alumna Success Story: Dr. Kaela Singleton
Dr. Kaela Singleton is a developmental neuroscientist investigating Menkes disease, co-founder of the nonprofit Black in Neuro and campaign manager at Solving for Science.
One of the reasons I became a part of Black In Neuro was because after I left Agnes and went to graduate school, there weren’t that many, if any, Black neuroscientists around me.
Alumna Success Story: Amil Greene
Amil is the founder and lead of Black Women At Deloitte (Atlanta Chapter) which aims to provide resources and safe spaces for women of color. She is leading the project to expand this organization to more than 700 of the firm’s U.S and global offices within the consulting and advisory practices.
Being a great businesswoman and leader centers on one idea: identifying a need or gap within the community and then filling that gap with a tool that is mutually beneficial to the entire group. My experience as an Afro-Latinx woman being told a shrinking, oppositional story has transformed me to growing towards my potential. If I could improve the experience of just one other ambitious woman, that was enough.
Alumna Success Story: Adrienne Rice
Adrienne Rice founded Sustainable Georgia Futures in 2019, a nonprofit grassroots organization that creates pathways for a more diverse workforce in the green economy.
I was looking for something that combined business and social justice with a focus on starting a nonprofit. As I got into my classes, I tried to apply what I was learning to my nonprofit, and I was able to tailor a lot of my projects around what I needed to do.