Meg Wheatley received the 2nd Annual Clara Snell Woodbury Distinguished Women’s Leadership Award April 15, 2016 in Burbank CA. Clara Snell Woodbury was the second wife of Francis Chute Woodbury who founded the university in 1884. She was a leader in her own right in those times: helping young women develop technical skills to eventually emancipate themselves into the modern workforce and seek positions in the judiciary (first as court stenographers then as early women jurists), nonprofit and private sectors. Meg received the award because she embodies the same forward thinking, intellect and leadership skills whose legacy is honored.
At the same event, Meg was honored by Leadership California (www.leadershipcalifornia.com) as part of Leadership California’s 25th Anniversary.