Dr. Froswa' Booker-Drew is a 2014 graduate of the PhD Program in Leadership & Change at Antioch University.
Froswa' Booker-Drew, PhD [left] with Dissertation Chair, Jon Wergin, PhD at her Dissertation Defense, July 2014
Other members of the Dissertation Committee not shown :
Committee Members : Laurien Alexandre, PhD, Richard McGuigan, PhD.
External Reader: Judith Jordan, PhD
social capital, immunity to change, diverse women, relational leadership, relational cultural theory, ITC, females, gender, race, social class, diversity, power, privilege action research, narrative identity
A group of diverse women from various ethnic, religious, socio-economic and generations were brought together over the course of four months to determine if the Immunity to Change (ITC) process (Kegan & Lahey, 2009) would create bridging social capital as well as individual change. The group sessions included a process of assigned readings, discussions, and completion of ITC maps allowing women to reveal their identities and journeys through the sharing of their personal narratives. As a result, many experienced perception transformation regarding issues of gender, leadership, race, and class. The dissertation explores topics of power and privilege, relational leadership, and relational cultural theory in women. The electronic version of this Dissertation is at OhioLink ETD Center, www.ohiolink.edu/etd
Booker-Drew, F. (2014). From Bonding to Bridging: Using the Immunity to Change (ITC) Process to Build Social Capital and Create Change. https://aura.antioch.edu/etds/144