Julie Henriquez Aldana serves as an Administrative Assistant Professor of Women’s Leadership and Director of Student Leadership and Engagement for the Newcomb Institute. She earned a B.S. in International Trade and Finance (2003), M.S. in Human Resource Education (2005), and a Ph.D. in Human Resource Education with a concentration in Human Resource and Leadership Development (2017) from Louisiana State University.
Julie’s dissertation research focused on the experience of Latina faculty as they navigate the tenure process, specifically on the role of engagement in successfully achieving tenure. As a Latina and emerging Human Resource Development and Leadership scholar, Julie’s research interests focus on multicultural leadership, cultural competence and organizational culture in the workplace.
Julie has presented her research at regional and national conferences, including the Association of College and University Housing Officers – International (ACUHO-I), NASPA, and the American Association of Blacks in Higher Education (AABHE) annual conferences. She is a member of the American Educational Research Association (AERA), and serves as the Louisiana State representative for the NASPA Region III Latinx Knowledge Community.
Henriquez, J., & Robinson, P. (2017). Puente to Tenure: Latina Faculty
Navigating the Tenure Process. Presentation, American Association of Blacks in Higher Education (AABHE) Annual Conference. Raleigh, NC.
Henriquez, J. (2016). Como Subes La Escalera? Latina Student Affairs Staff Engagement and Leadership Progression in Higher Education. Poster Presentation, ACUHO-I Annual Conference. Seattle, WA