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Friedman, L, Wise, V. and Saxenian, M, Make new friends but keep the old: Including “outside” trustees on your board. To be presented at the NAIS Annual Conference, Baltimore, MD 2017, March,

Friedman L, Wise, V. 10 steps to reading your head’s mind. Presented at the NAIS Annual Conference, Philadelphia, PA, 2013 February.

Friedman L, Shapiro D. Drugs, alcohol and self-medication: a head and a psychologist. Presented at the 2009 NAIS Annual Conference, New York NY, month 2008.

Friedman L, Kleger E. From healthy governance to healthy schools: five steps for sustainability. 2008 NAIS Annual Conference, NY NY; 2006 March.

Friedman L. Creating effective professional development programs: enhancing faculty recruitment and retention. 2006 NAIS Annual Conference, Boston MA; 2006 March.

Friedman L, Kleger E, Skulnik S. Healthy governance for healthy schools: one route to sustainability. 2006 NAIS Annual Conference, Boston MA; 2006 March.

Friedman L, Kleger, E. Organizational change: building healthy, sustainable, independent school communities. Presented at 2006 NAIS Annual Conference, Boston MA; 2006 March.

Friedman L. Partnering with parents: a toolkit for administrators. Presented at the Association of Maryland Independent Schools, San Diego, 2005 February.

Friedman L. Partnering with parents: a toolkit for school administrators. Presented at the NAIS Annual Conference, San Diego, 2005 February.

Friedman L, Davis M, Evans E, Williams JS. First families in the trenches: A toolkit for heads, administrators, trustees, regional association heads and search firms. Presented at the NAIS Annual Conference, San Diego, 2005 February.

Friedman L. Administrators as change agents. Presented at the Florida Council of Independent Schools Conference. Conference, Hutchinson Island, FL, 2004 June.

Friedman L. Organizational change in the independent school: building healthy communities. Presented at 2004 NAIS Annual Conference, Montreal, Canada; 2004 March.

Friedman L. Healthy governance for healthy schools. Presented at the 2004 NAIS Annual Conference, Montreal; 2004 March.

Friedman L, Bassett, B. First families: a toolkit for administrators. Presented at 2004 NAIS Annual Conference, Montreal, Canada; 2004 March.

Friedman L, Bassett, B. Safe passages for first families: a toolkit for spouses. Presented at the NAIS Annual Conference, Montreal, Canada, 2004 March.

Friedman L. Organizational change. Presented at the Association of Independent Schools in Greater Washington (AISGW), Washington DC; 2002 April 5.

Friedman L. Creating professional development programs. Presented at the NAIS Annual Conference, San Francisco, CA; 2003 March.

Friedman L. Organizational change in the independent school. Presented at the NAIS annual conference, San Francisco, CA, 2003, March.

Friedman L. Creating effective professional development programs: Enhancing faculty retention. Presented at the NAIS Annual Conference, New York, NY, 2002 February.

Friedman L. Organizational change in independent school: Promise or peril. Presented at the NAIS Annual Conference, New York, NY, 2002 March.

Friedman L. Organizational change in the independent school. Presented at the NAIS Annual Conference, Boston MA, 2001 March.

Friedman L, Bruckner R, The angry parent as ally: strategies for collaboration. Presented at the NAIS Conference, Washington DC; 1996 March.

Friedman L, Bruckner R, The angry parent in the independent school: strategies for disarmament and enfranchisement. Presented at the Pittsburgh area independent school conference (PAISTA), Pittsburgh, PA; 1994 October.

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