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We  honor Adele H. Stamp  by  emulating  her  excellence,  high   standards,  and  outstanding  traditions.

Upcoming Events

Her Story: TerpWomen of Influence - Thursday evening, April 13, 2017  

 

Third Annual celebration for women student leaders, Held in the Adele H. Stamp Student Union-Center for Campus Life. Awards will be given at event and we strongly encourage all ACW Scholarship applicants to attend! 


Speakers:

Naseema Shafi
 is currently the Deputy Executive Director of Whitman-Walker Health, a community health center in DC with four sites, over 270 staff and over 15,000 patients. Whitman-Walker Health has a nearly 40 year history of serving the LGBTQ community and was the first responder the AIDS epidemic in the District in the 1980s. In her tenth year there, she works closely with the Executive Director to implement strategic initiatives of the Board of Directors and other high priority objectives. She supports the oversight of all clinical, programmatic, and operational areas of the health center. She also oversees major facilities planning, human resources, information technology, and property management. One of her major areas of focus is the culture of the organization and the overall wellness of the workforce and under her leadership Whitman-Walker has received a Washington Post Best Places to work for several years. An attorney by trade, she was previously the Chief Operating Officer, and before that the Director of Compliance.

Naseema received her bachelor’s degree from the University of Maryland, College Park and her law degree from the University of Maryland School of Law. She is a member of the Maryland State Bar. She was honored as a Minority Business Leader by The Washington Business Journal in 2016. Naseema was born in Albuquerque, New Mexico, but completed middle and high school outside of Boston, Massachusetts. Naseema spends long hours in the office, in the garden and outdoors!

Danielle Harlan is the Founder and CEO of the Center for Advancing Leadership and Human Potential. She earned her undergraduate degrees at the University of Maryland and her doctorate in political science and M.A. in education from Stanford University, where she was a Jacob K. Javits National Fellow and received a Centennial Teaching Award for excellence in instruction. Prior to launching the Center, she was the Chief of Operations for the Carnegie Foundation, where she worked to harness the power of networks and quality improvement strategies in order to solve important educational problems. 

Named one of Silicon Valley’s “40 Under 40,” Danielle has also been a speaker for TEDx and worked as an instructor at the Stanford Graduate School of Business and U.C. Berkeley Extension’s Corporate and Professional Development Program. In addition, she has given guest lectures at the Hasso Plattner Institute of Design (the “d.school”) and the Career Development Center at Stanford. 

Danielle started her career as a Teach For America corps member and later served as a mentor and advisor for Global Leadership Adventures, an international leadership development and service program. In addition to teaching in the U.S., she has taught in Brazil, China, Costa Rica, and South Africa. She is a member of the International Leadership Association and the Association for Practical and Professional Ethics. Her latest book, The New Alpha (McGraw-Hill) is available wherever books are sold. 

Quote: "Leadership is about becoming the best version of yourself in order to maximize your positive impact on the world. It’s about developing into someone whom people genuinely respect and admire and want to work with — and using that power and influence to be a force for good in the world.” (The New Alpha)
Who We Are

Created in 2013 by a dedicted group of women graduates who combine their energy and expertise to achieve maximum success in their personal and professional lives.  Adele's Circle is founded on the legacy and visionary contributions of Adele H. Stamp, the first Dean of Women at the University of Maryland.  We honor her by emulating her excellence, high standards, and outstanding traditions.


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2016 Her Story: TerpWomen of Influence


Adele's Happenings
Alumnae visit Adele’s Circle - Become Gems for University Women

UMD women gain career and life advice from sister Terps through Pearls of Power event 

Perks of a sister or a best girlfriend come in many forms: clothes, rides, homework, travel and above all, life advice. These connections, however, are not always easy to come by, and in college, guidance may seem as unreachable as scheduling an appointment with an advisor during syllabus week. Adele’s Circle understands this, and has organized an event to link University of Maryland women to Terrapin alumnae for the career and life advice they’ve been searching for. 

 

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Contact

 

For more information on the Adele’s Circle of Women, contact adelescircleofwomen@umd.edu.  You can also find us on Facebook or follow us on Twitter


Core Values



Leadership * Sisterhood * Diversity * Commitment * Excellence


Our vision is to build a fellowship of women to effect positive change by empowering women students at the University of Maryland to realize their full leadership potential within our community and beyond.

Our mission is to advance and enrich the lives of women by inspiring them to follow their passions and by engaging them as community leaders and global citizens through training, development, and mentorship.

Our members comprise a diverse, cross-cultural, intergenerational community of alumnae and friends who serve as mentors, life coaches, and career advisors. We represent a wide variety of skill sets and life experiences providing an opportunity to share a broad spectrum of practical advice on professional and personal development.  

Our philosophy is value-based and founded on a culture of excellence, a spirit of professionalism, and a drive for improvement. We strive to foster confidence and recognize competence in an effort to harness each woman's voice and leverage her personal narrative.

Our programming prepares students to fully engage in an evolving world.

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