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Sister Ann Ida Gannon
Sister Ann Ida served as President of Mundelein College for 18 years. She also served on many boards including two universities, Association of American Colleges, Girl Scouts, Illinois Board of Banks and Trusts and the Newberry Library.
In this radio interview, Sister Ann Ida discusses the importance with women as board members. She focuses on her own experience as a board member and chairman. She also talks about why so few women are board members and the ways in which that is changing in society.
educational experience higher education women's education
Mundelein College Audiovisual Collection
Chicago, Il Women and Leadership Archives, Loyola University Chicago
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Sister Ann Ida Gannon, Women as Board Members, 16 July 1979, Women and Leadership Archives, Loyola University Chicago, Chicago, Il
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