Courageous Leadership – Dr. Arthur RomanoIn this program, Dr. Arthur Romano, offers examples of courageous leadership from around the world and highlights the role that young people are playing in building a more positive future. The Courageous Leadership program offers participants an opportunity to clarify their unique life purpose and consider how compassion, self-reflection, connection to community and excellent communication can lead to greater success.
Dr. Arthur Romano is an Assistant Professor at the Jimmy and Rosalynn Carter School for Peace and Conflict Resolution at George Mason University and The Elise Boulding Scholar Practitioner for the National Peace Academy. He has over 20 years of experience serving as an educational advisor and developing transformative and experiential education with communities affected by conflict and violence.
Become the leader that they are searching for – Ken E. Nwadike, Jr.
This program is perfect for inspiring leadership in the workplace, on campus, and within organizations. The audience will leave with inspiration and new ideas on how to identify needs, courage to take on new challenges and better problem solving skills.
Finding Your Voice in Leadership – Kane Smego
performance and lecture discusses the role that our identity, experiences, and stories play in developing leadership, building collaborative relationships, and designing creative ways to engage our communities. Kane recounts his own experience as a co-founder and Artistic Director of a youth arts and education nonprofit.