I was wondering whether any female presidents of Jesuit-Catholic colleges in U.S.? Answer seems to be: No

But those challenges aren’t insurmountable. The ranks of women in the presidency — as well as top administrators, including many in business positions — continue to grow. Women now lead half of the Ivy League, including universities that didn’t admit women as students until the 1970s. In contrast, no Catholic college that began as a men’s institution has a woman as president.

via Catholic colleges worry as number of female presidents falls | Inside Higher Ed.

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