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Does Your Education Day Pass the Test?

July 23, 2018
2 pm Eastern, 1 pm Central, 12 pm Mountain, 11 am Pacific

Does your program day accurately reflect the issues in education in the 21st century in your community? Are you highlighting alternative programming that focuses on a developing not just an educated but a skilled workforce? What are some unique aspects of your own Education day that might work for other leadership programs? Join us for a session to share ideas in presenting a program day focusing on education. Bring 2-3 awesome ideas of your own to contribute to this interactive webinar discussion.

Presenters

Ashley Mudd

Executive Director, Leadership Institute of Acadiana

Ashley Mudd Details

A South Louisiana native, Ashley earned her Bachelor of Arts in Sociology from the University of Louisiana at Lafayette. Upon graduation, Ashley joined the team at Girl Scouts of Louisiana—Pines to the Gulf leading their recruitment and retention efforts. During her tenure with United Way of Acadiana, she piloted the Adopt-a-School program connecting resources from private businesses to public schools. Ashley currently serves on the 705 Board of Directors and was appointed by Governor Jindal to the Volunteer Louisiana Commission, has served as a Girls on the Run coach and speaker for the UL Lafayette Women’s Empowerment conference.

MaryBeth Williams

Senior Director of Leadership Programs, Greater Tampa Chamber of Commerce mwilliams@tampachamber.com

MaryBeth Williams Details

MaryBeth is the Senior Director of Leadership Programs at the Greater Tampa Chamber of Commerce. She is responsible for all Chamber leadership programs including Emerging Leaders of Tampa Bay, Leadership Tampa, Leadership Tampa Alumni, Insight Tampa and Education Connection. MaryBeth holds a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration from the University of Florida and her Master’s Degree in Educational Leadership from the University of South Florida. Prior to her position at the Chamber she spent fifteen years in public education in Pinellas County, Florida; nine as a middle and high school math teacher and six as a middle and high school assistant principal of curriculum. MaryBeth has considerable experience in curriculum development, professional development and leadership training.

Tammy White

President / CEO, Leadership Knoxville

Tammy White Details

A native of South Carolina, Tammy has lived in Tennessee for over two decades. She joined Leadership Knoxville in March of 2009. Prior to that, from 1998-2003, she served the State of Tennessee, first as the East Tennessee Governor’s Office Regional Representative, and later joined the Department of Economic and Community Development. Tammy is a member of many civic boards of directors, including the Junior League of Knoxville and the ALP; and is a past member of the Tennessee Association of Community Leaders board of directors. In 2010, she was appointed to the State of Tennessee Ethics Commission, and has enjoyed serving her local community and state in many other roles.