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Articles from Journal of Pan African Studies (April 1, 2012)

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Title Author Type Words
Breaking the stained glass ceiling: African women's leadership in religious organizations. Ngunjiri, Faith Wambura; Christo-Baker, E. Ann 1564
From the pantry to the pulpit: Anglican clergywomen in the diocese of Trinidad and Tobago. De Four-Babb, Joyanne; Tenia, Shelley-Ann Report 10437
No more glass ceiling? Negotiating women's leadership role in eternal sacred order of Cherubim and Seraphim. Oluwaniyi, Oluwatoyin O. Report 8639
Servant leaders who picked up the broken glass. Marina, Brenda L.H.; Fonteneau, Debora Y. Essay 6864
Spirituality as a vehicle for passing through the stained glass ceiling: perspectives on African American women's leadership in US organizations. Christo-Baker, E. Anne; Roberts, Cynthia; Rogalin, Christable L. Report 8664
Supportive leadership behavior key to breaking the glass ceiling in religious communities in Malawi. Madimbo, Maggie Report 6625
Sustainable leadership: lessons and implications of a leadership development program for women religious in Africa. Wakahiu, Jane; Salvaterra, Mary Case study 6529
Tempered radicals: black women's leadership in the church and community. Ngunjiri, Faith Wambura; Gramby-Sobukwe, Sharon; Williams-Gegner, Kimberly Report 10302
They bleed but they don't die: towards a theoretical canon on Ga-Adangbe gender studies. Odamtten, Harry Nii Koney Essay 7048

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