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Assessments - Added Value

May 22, 2017
2 pm Eastern, 1 pm Central, 12 pm Mountain, 11 am Pacific

Leadership begins with self-awareness and there are many assessment tools available to help participants understand their personalities, strengths, leadership practices, communication styles, etc. Join us to hear how your peers may be using these tools in their programs.


Amanda Zinn

Leadership Baltimore County, MD

Amanda Zinn Details

President & CEO
Leadership Baltimore County, MD

Amanda C. Zinn has over 30 years experience in nonprofit management / capacity building and business development. She was appointed the President & CEO of Leadership Baltimore County (LBC) in 2013. Since then she has overseen independent market research studies of alumni and employers, developed a strategic plan, developed programming goals and revamped the curriculum to achieve those goals, launched a rebranding initiative, improved technology, implemented a fund development strategy, enhanced board engagement, created and populated committees of the board to increase capacity to move the organization forward on multiple issues simultaneously and increased class size and overall revenue.

Brendan Leahy

J. W. Fanning Institute for Leadership Development, GA

Brendan Leahy Details

Assistant Director and Public Service Associate
J. W. Fanning Institute for Leadership Development
University of Georgia

Brendan works on a variety of Fanning Institute programs and initiatives, including those focused on leadership development, youth leadership development, general facilitation as well as organizational and community strategic planning. He has a particular interest in customizing leadership development in an effort to aid individuals with disabilities in their efforts to experience academic and life success.

Debbie Fell

Saint Mary of the Woods, IN

Debbie Fell Details

Debbie started out teaching junior high English, then entered the corporate world, where she remained for almost twenty years. In Indianapolis, she worked for Golden Rule Insurance Company (now United Healthcare), Sagamore Health Network, and Duke Realty Corporation. At these companies, she had supervisory roles dealing with all aspects of Human Resources and a concentration in the creation and facilitation of Management and Leadership Development training. Debbie began working for Saint Mary-of-the-Woods College in May 2016, in the position of Coordinator of Non-Credit Programs and Corporate Engagement. Debbie was active in the local March of Dimes 2016 campaign, and has become very involved with the Terre Haute Humane Society, where she is currently serving on its Board as well as chairing the committee for its 2017 annual fundraising dinner event.