Queen's hosts SistersIN event to enable and empower female pupils to become future leaders
Pupils from Assumption Grammar School, Glenlola Collegiate, St Cecilia’s College, St Ronan’s College, Strathearn School and Victoria College joined Queen's University for a “SistersIN” event this week.
Pictured with the pupils are US Consul General Belfast, Paul Narain; Peter Dobbin, Principal of Assumption Grammar School and founder of the SistersIN initiative; Professor Karen Morrison, Dean of Education from the Faculty of Medicine, Health and Life Sciences at Queen's University; and Caroline Young, Vice President for Students and Corporate Services at Queen's University.
The SistersIN initiative enables, empowers and develops female pupils in education to become future leaders. Queen's University is one of SistersIN's foundation partners who are helping students to develop the leadership skills needed to succeed in tomorrow's workplace.
At the event, the pupils heard from the US Consul General Belfast, Paul Narain, and Professor Karen Morrison, Dean of Education from the Faculty of Medicine, Health and Life Sciences at Queen's University Belfast.