Leadership Fundamentals for Women Seminar

Diploma in Women’s Leadership

The Leadership Fundamentals for Women Seminar combines the best in Bible teaching and leadership training to equip women with the knowledge and confidence to impact the world around them. It’s based on the fundamental principle that living an authentic and purposeful life comes first from knowing our identity in God: the one who created us, loves us unconditionally, and who desires to have a relationship with us.

This 16-week program is taught in a personal, non-intimidating way, designed to meet every woman where she is in her walk with God. It is for women who seek:

  • A deeper understanding of the Bible
  • To identify their unique gifts and calling in God
  • To enhance their leadership, teaching and mentoring skills
  • Accredited training from one of the top biblical institutions in the country
  • To grow with a community of ministry friends.

"Research shows that investing in women is one of the most effective ways to positively impact society."
– InvestInGirls.org

The Leadership Fundamentals for Women Seminar teaches women the biblically-based leadership skills they need to enhance their work and take their skills to the next level. Taught by CIU faculty, the unique teaching platform and delivery of the course content has proven vital in business and non-profit environments as well as in the local community, churches and most importantly home. Courses are held at the Cook School of Business at Columbia International University.

Program Overview

Developed with the busy woman’s schedule in mind, this 16-week program meets one evening each week. The three-hour class is divided into one-hour sections, each focusing on different content areas designed to develop fundamental leadership skills.

Meet the Instructors

Jennifer Noonan

Dr. Jennifer Noonan grew up in northern Ohio and completed her B.A. at Malone College and M.A. at Ashland Theological Seminary. She received her Ph.D. in Old Testament and Semitic Languages from Hebrew Union College. She presently teaches at Columbia International University.