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Duguid hosting new audio program

Duguid hosting new audio program
Stephanie Duguid

A Wesson-based consultant and former Co-Lin executive is hosting a new weekly audio show geared to supporting women educational leaders.

“Empowering Women in Educational Leadership” hosted by Dr. Stephanie Duguid is available on Wednesdays at 8 a.m. through Voice America Empowerment Channel (VAEC), which describes the audio programs as “a dynamic radio show celebrating women across all venues of education.”

“Join us as we elevate diverse perspectives and success stories of trailblazing educators, emphasizing leadership is not all about a title,” Duguid urges. “Discover strategies to overcome challenges and hear amazing stories of strength. Tune in weekly to be inspired, enlightened, and empowered to make a difference. Together, let's pave the way for a transformative educational landscape by empowering women in educational leadership.”

The show is heard throughout the nation on the VAEC and Duguid web sites (Do Good Leadership), Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Tunein, Stitcher, iHeartRadio, Spotify, Amazon Music and Pandora; can be accessed via iTunes Feed, Google Fee and RSS Feed (a subscriber service), Facebook, LinkedIn, Instagram and Bookmark This Show.

VAEC is one of five branded Voice America Talk Radio Network topic channels for the leading producer, distributor, and online broadcaster of original live and on-demand talk radio programming that reaches a rapidly expanding domestic and international audience of millions of listeners every month in more than 140 countries worldwide.

Dugid runs Do Good Leadership, where she is the leadership and success coach for female educators, a motivational speaker, and a consultant, proclaiming her motto, “Be good, do good, feel good.” Holding a Doctor of Education in educational leadership from Argosy University, Dr. Duguid helps women in the education field to become empowered and confident in achieving their next leadership goals. Based in Wesson, she provides services in three key program areas: Metamorphosis Mastermind, which is for female educators who want to shift from being stuck, stagnant, and lost in their careers to self-confident, dynamic, and motivated leaders. Motivational speaking programs available for institutions, organizations, and groups as a keynote, large group presentation, full-day workshop, half-day workshop, or part of Metamorphosis Mastermind. Mini-courses in goal setting, time management, and other topics that Dr. Duguid makes available as lifetime, self-paced online courses to walk clients through the processes often as they need. These are practical and applicable offerings that help people make great strides in life.

Dr. Duguid started her consulting business after serving as dean of academic instruction and chief academic officer at Copiah-Lincoln Community College, where she also was the health, physical education, and recreation division chair and instructor as well as an assistant dean of career and technical education. Before Co-Lin, she was a lead teacher of high school students in the Dysart School District in Surprise, Arizona, and a high school teacher and athletic trainer in the Buckeye Union School District in Goodyear, Arizona.

In addition to earning her doctorate, Dr. Duguid has a Master of Arts in curriculum and instruction from Ottawa University and a Master of Science in sports health care from the Kirksville College of Osteopathic Medicine. She also is a certified athletic trainer and has a Bachelor of Science in human performance and athletic training with a minor in biology from The University of Southern Mississippi. Dr. Duguid stays on top of relevant professional developments and is civically active through memberships and leadership positions with the National Athletic Trainers’ Association, the National Institute for Staff and Organizational Development, Delta Kappa Gamma, and Mississippi University for Women. She is a respected author of books and writes articles for the Wesson News.

Born in Houston, Texas, Dr. Duguid is married to Brent and has three children, Brendon, Dalton, and Jocelynn, for whom she strives to be a good role model. In her leisure time, she looks forward to traveling more and enjoys watching movies with her sons, bowling with her family and walking the dog.

Visit the website for “Empowering Women in Educational Leadership” at


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