LSU
MANAGEMENT EQUITY: Stacia Haynie, the highest-ranking female administrator at LSU, is working to get more women in leadership positions at the university, a challenge that will take “a multiyear commitment” to fully address. (Collin Richie)

Leadership at the state's flagship institution has been dominated by men, but the university is embarking on an effort to get more women in upper-management positions.


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