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About MI-ACE Women's Network

The Michigan American Council on Education Women’s Network (MI-ACE) is the professional network for Michigan women in higher education. We work in concert with the ACE Office of Inclusive Excellence Group nationally to identify, develop, encourage, advance, link, and support women in higher education.

The MI-ACE was formed in 1978, one year after the national program was inaugurated. Initially, a planning committee (now the Executive Board) was formed to represent all segments of higher education in the state, and a woman holding a senior-level administrative position was identified to lead the effort. A 16-member Executive Board, led by the State Chair, currently conducts the network’s activities along with Institutional Representatives.

MI-ACE is an award-winning network. The network was nationally recognized in 2005 by the ACE Office of Women in Higher Education and again in 2016 when it received the National ACE State Network Leadership Award for the Advancement of Women in Higher Education.

We are the voice of women in higher education in Michigan. We host a conference each year designed to advance and support women in higher education.

Chapter highlights and initiatives

CMU'S MI-ACE Women's Network engages in professional development, equity initiatives, and public events. Below are highlights from the Central Michigan University Chapter.

Sealing the Deal: The Art of Negotiation During the Job Search

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Sealing the Deal: The Art of Negotiation During the Job Search | March 12, 2024 | Dr. Shaetina Jones shares negotiation strategies for women hoping to seal a deal that works in their best interest and recognizes their value | Presented by The Links, Incorporated and CMU MI-ACE Women’s Network