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Rachel McNae PhD
 
 

Rachel is frequently invited to speak within New Zealand and internationally.  Her lively and 'real' manner engages her audiences with issues of social justice using research informed work and exciting storylines to surface complex issues and wonderings across many contexts.  Feel free to make contact to explore how Rachel might contribute to the work of your organisation...A few examples of her work are below....


Mansfield, K & McNae, R. (2019).  Young women’s voices:  the creation of safe spaces and alternative representations of voice,  International Conference on Student Voice, Agency and Partnership, Melbourne, Australia. 


McNae, R. & Janine Mackay (2019).  Young people and governance:  Innovation in school design and leadership.  National Academy of Educaiotnal Administration and Leadership, Ha Noi, Vietnam, December. 


Mansfield, K & McNae, R. (2019).  Young women’s voices:  creating safe spaces for young women to lead as activists in their communities. International Women Leading Education, Nottingham, July.


McNae, R., (2019). “The vomit in my handbag”:  Women’s leadership and the (not so) hidden toll of emotional labour, British Educational Leadership Management and Administration Society, London, UK, July.


Cook, S., & McNae, R. (2019).  Principals leading social change through school recovery leadership: Principals lived experiences of counterveiling pressures' .  BELMAS Conference presentation, London: UK, July.


Morrison, M. & McNae, R. (2018).  Leadership for social justice in schools in Mexico, New Zealand and Spain.  15th International Congress of Organizations and Educational Institutions (CIOIE), Lleida, Spain, 17 October.


McNae, R. & Morrison, M. (2018).  Making sense of social justice leadership: in Aotearoa New Zealand. New Zealand Educational Leadership Society, 20 April 2018, Auckland, New Zealand.


McNae, R. & Wright, N. (2018).  Architectures of Ownership: Leading in Digital Learning Spaces , 19 April 2018, Auckland, New Zealand.


Wright, N. & McNae, R. (2018). Architecture of ownership:  Student agency in Modern Learning Environment.  Flexible Learning Association of New Zealand Conference, New Plymouth, New Zealand, April.


McNae, R. (2018).  Leading for social justice:  International perspectives, American Association of Educational Research Association, New York, April 13-17.


McNae, R. (2017).  Supporting change through appreciative Inquiry:  The impact of student centred, local and global learning agendas. British Educational Leadership, Management and Administration Society (BELMAS) Conference, Ettington, United Kingdom, July 7.


McNae, R. (2017).  Making sense of the ‘self’ with[in]social justice leadership: Embodied leadership through lived experiences.  International Women Leading Education. Duque de Caxias, Rio De Janerio, Brazil: July.


McNae, R. (2017).  Supporting change through appreciative Inquiry:  The impact of student centred, local and global learning agendas.  British Educational Leadership, Management and Administration Society (BELMAS) Conference, Ettington, United Kingdom, July 7.


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