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 Student Leadership Conference

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This year we are pleased to have author, Pierre Quinn join us as our keynote speaker.  His book, Leading While Green: How Emerging Leaders Can Ripen into Effective Leaders has been used in college classrooms, nonprofit settings, conferences, and churches to help emerging leaders identify their strengths and increase effectiveness in their circles of influence. Prior to his focus as a leadership speaker, he worked in nonprofit communications and taught business communication and leadership courses on the collegiate level for nearly a decade.

Pierre holds both a Master of Arts in Communication and a Master of Divinity from Andrews University. He is currently pursuing a PhD in Organizational Leadership. He admits that his roles as a husband and father are both his greatest joy and greatest leadership challenges.

 

Conference Schedule

9:30am-10:15 Coffee and Check-in

-Pryzbyla Great Rooms A&B

10:15-10:30: Welcome and overview

-Pryzbyla Great Rooms A&B

10:40-11:25 Breakout Session 1:

           -Pryzbyla Great Room A&B “Feminist Leadership: Empowering Women on an Individual Scale”- Brie Zschech, Student Coordinator for Leadership Programs  

          -Pryzbyla 321 “Lost After Leadership” –Emily Scanlon, Assistant Director Student Organization Management

       -Pryzbyla 327 “A Culture of Communication”- Mat Maddatu, Community Director

11:30-12:30 Keynote Speaker 

-Pryzbyla Great Rooms A&B “Leading While Green”- Pierre Quinn

12:30-1:45 Lunch Breakout

-Pryzbyla Great Rooms A&B- Chipotle & Table Discussions

2:00-2:45 Breakout Sessions 2:

                 -Pryzbyla Great Room A&B “How to #BeBetter: Tips to Succeed as a Millennial”–Chris Hodes, Assistant Director Events and Conference Services and Julie Mullen, Administrative Assistant, Dean of Students 

             -Pryzbyla 321 “Congruence: Personal Values, Skills, and Leadership”–Sarah Williamson, Associate Director for Student Conduct & Ethical

             -Pryzbyla 327 “Why Good Conflict Isn't Bad: Leadership Development through Active Dialogue”-Andrew Hippert, Assistant Athletic Director Recruiting Coordinator and NCAA Compliance Officer  

3:00-3:45 Breakout Sessions 3:

         -Pryzbyla Great Room A&B “Translating Leadership Skills into a Winning Resume” - Soad Mahfouz, Assistant Director Office of Career Services 

           -Pryzbyla 321 “Leading and Thinking Globally: A look at Leadership Opportunities outside the US” –Greg Weaver, Assistant Director for Student Leadership

          -Pryzbyla 327 “Networking: Life after College”- Megan Reilly, Assistant Director