2016 Leadership Institute: New York City, NY

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New York City
June 24-26, 2016

Thanks for attending!

 

Sponsored by LGBTQ Presidents in Higher Education
Hosted by Teachers College of Columbia University and Manhattan School of Music

Institute Overview
This 2nd annual Institute is designed to support LGBTQ people who are considering seeking positions in senior leadership within higher education.  The Institute is designed for all levels and all areas of higher education, including academic affairs, student affairs, finance, facilities, etc.  Spouses/partners are welcome; special sessions and activities will be offered.

Featured Speakers

Rusty Barceló
Former President, Northern New Mexico University

Noah Drezner
Associate Professor of Higher Education, Teachers College of Columbia University

Daniel J. O’Donnell
Assemblymember, District 69

Sean Kosofsky
Executive Director, Tyler Clementi Foundation

Jane Clementi
Co-Founder, Tyler Clementi Foundation

 

INSTITUTE SCHEDULE

Friday, June 24

8:00AM-5:00PM                Registration open

8:00AM-9:00AM                Continental breakfast

9:00AM-9:15AM                 Welcome
James Gandre, President, Manhattan School of Music
Janice Robinson, VP for Diversity and Community Affairs, Teachers College of Columbia University

9:15AM-10:30AM             Keynote Speech and Q&A
Hon. Daniel J. O’Donnell, New York Assemblymember, District 69

10:30-11:00AM                 Break

11:00AM-12:30PM           Participant Sessions with Presidents/Chancellors: Navigating Pathways to Success
Institute attendees have the opportunities to engage in discussion with Presidents/Chancellors regarding opportunities and challenges to success.

12:45PM-2PM                    Lunch

2:00PM-3:30PM               Plenary Session and Q&A: Leading a Safe Campus for LGBTQ People
Sean Kosofsky, Executive Director, Tyler Clementi Foundation
Jane Clementi, Co-Founder, Tyler Clementi Foundation

3:45PM-5:00PM               Concurrent sessions

  1. The Search Process
  2. Developing academic programs
  3. Leading to Create a Culture of Inclusion
  4. Leadership through Mentoring
  5. Meet a mentor
  6. Navigating the leader/spouse relationship

5:30PM-8:00PM                 Reception and Dinner (TBD)

 

Saturday, June 25

8:00AM-Noon                     Registration open

8:00AM-9:00AM                Continental breakfast

9:00AM-10:00 AM             Plenary session and Q&A: Diversity in Philanthropy

Noah Drezner, Associate Professor of Higher Education, Teachers College of Columbia University

10:00AM-10:15PM             Break

10:15AM-11:30AM             Participant Sessions with Presidents/Chancellors: Navigating Pathways to Success, Part 2
Institute attendees have the opportunities to engage in discussion with Presidents/Chancellors regarding opportunities and challenges to success.

11:00AM-12:30PM           Concurrent Sessions

  1. The Search process
  2. Developing academic programs
  3. Leading to Create a Culture of Inclusion
  4. Leadership through Mentoring
  5. Meet a mentor
  6. Navigating the leader/spouse relationship

12:30PM-2:00PM              Lunch and Plenary session: Reflections on Leadership
Nancy (Rusty) Barceló, Former President, Northern New Mexico University

2:00PM-3:00 PM                Meet a mentor
Volunteer mentors give short self-introductions and potential mentees have brief discussion with possible mentors.

 

Sunday, June 26
March in NYC Gay Pride Parade (meeting time and place TBD)

 

Steering Committee
Terry Allison, Chancellor, Indiana University-South Bend (IN)
Joe Bertolino, President, Lyndon State College (VT)
Trenda Boyum-Breen, President, Rasmussen College (MN)
Isiaah Crawford, President-designate, University of Puget Sound (WA)
James Gandre, President, Manhattan School of Music (NY) – Conference Chair
Bil Leipold,  Assistant Vice Chancellor of Human Resources, Rutgers University | Newark
Tom Rock, Vice Provost, Teachers College (NY)
Kerry Walk, President, Marymount Manhattan College (NY)
Chuck Middleton, Executive Director, LGBTQ Presidents in Higher Education
(President Emeritus, Roosevelt University (IL)

 

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