Annual Business Division Leadership Series is Dec. 5
The annual Lewis-Clark State College Business Division Leadership Series will be held Dec. 5 at 8:20 a.m.-1 p.m. at the Williams Conference Center on the LCSC campus.
The Series is open to residents of Nez Perce, Asotin, Lewis, Clearwater and Idaho counties and will be part of the Global Athenaeum Guardian Leadership in the 21st Century conference, which will be shown live via satellite.
This year’s event will feature women leaders from various organizations and businesses.
Registration begins at 8:20 a.m. at the WCC on Dec. 5, with a general welcome at 8:55 a.m. The keynote address will follow at 9:15 a.m. and then there will be two panel discussions. The first panel will discuss “From the Hierarchical to the Horizontal World,” and the second panel discussion will focus on “Visions that Matter: What are we governing toward?” Brunch also will be served between the two discussions. The Series will encourage participants to question, argue, debate and peer into future trends that will re-shape organizations.
Edie Weiner, President of Weiner, Edrich, Brown, Inc., will give the Keynote Address and will be joined by Diane Mary Caracciolo, Host and Executive Producer for “Money Matters Today”, a TV show on CN8, the Comcast Network.
Also taking part in the satellite conference will be Anthea Disney, Honorary Co-Chair of the Global Athenaeum and Executive Vice President for Content at News Corporation; Alexis Gelber, Director of Special Projects for Newsweek; Kimberly Bishop, Managing Director for Kom/Ferry International; Diana Brady, Senior Writer for Business Week; Cathy Cranston, Executive Vice President of Strategy and Sales Development for Mansueto Ventures; Cathy Dixon-Kheir, President of Dixon Learning Design; Geraldine Mehu, Executive Director & Group Manager, Private Wealth Management UBS Financial Services, Inc.; Metsi Makhetha, Regional Program Advisor, Strategy, and Regional Initiatives for United Nations Development Program, Regional Bureau for Africa; Alexandra Lebethal, President & CEO of Alexandra & James, Inc.; Karen Morris, Chief Innovation Officer, AIG; Joanne Schram-Mealia, Senior Unit Executive, Financial Services, IBM Global Technology/IBM Canada, Ltd.; Sherry Cooper, Chief Economist, BMO Financial Group, BMO Capital Markets & BMO Nesbitt Burns; Paula Silver, President & Chief Creative Officer, Beyond the Box Productions; and Nancy Widmann, Former President of CBS Radio and President of NCW, Inc.
The registration fee is $89 per person, which includes brunch, and a table for seven can be reserved for $550. To register or for more information call the LCSC Business Division at (208) 792-2293, e-mail email@example.com, or visit the Web site www.lcsc.edu/business and click on the Annual Leadership Conference link.
Major sponsors, which helped lower the registration fee from $199 to $89 per person, are the LCSC Business Division and the Region II Small Business Development Center.