I know it's a jarring question and should be an obvious "yes." In an industry where 50% of all department heads and 60% of enrolled students are women, it seems rational to assume that higher ed would be a champion for gender equity.
Mental Health and Flexibility
Addressing the Elephant(s) in the Room
So let's go back to our original question. Is higher education built for women?
Emma Miller, our newly promoted Director of Insights, is responsible for the development and delivery of actionable insights and meaningful data to SimpsonScarborough's higher education clients. She believes that data and information is not only critical to better branding and marketing strategies but to also advancing higher education. Emma currently lives in Knoxville, Tennessee where she enjoys hiking, trail running, biking, and brewery hopping.