Abramson Leadership Exchange: Crisis Management

Saturday, March 2, 2019 9:00 AM - 11:00 AM


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Registration open through 3/2/2019 11:59 PM Eastern Time (US & Canada)


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Spalding University's Doctor of Education (Ed.D.) in Leadership program presents the Abramson Leadership Exchange, co-sponsored by Ignite Louisville and the Young Professionals Association of Louisville (YPAL).

 

This engaging series facilitated by Spalding's Executive-in-Residence, 5-term former Louisville Mayor Jerry Abramson, who also served as Kentucky's Lieutenant Governor and as Deputy Assistant to President Barack Obama and White House Director of Intergovernmental Affairs, calls upon local, regional, and national leaders in a variety of fields to discuss the politics and practical applications of their famous and, occasionally, infamous leadership decisions.

 

These free sessions are available to students and the public by reservation on a first-to-respond basis.

 


Presenting

Chad Carlton

President of C2 Strategic Communications

Laura Douglas

retired Vice President of Corporate Responsibility and Community Affairs for LG&E and KU Energy

Phil Lynch

retired Director of Corporate Communications for Brown-Forman

Thomas T. Noland, Jr.

Senior Vice President of Corporate Communications for Humana Inc.


About Us

Spalding University's Doctor of Education in Leadership

Whether you are a senior or mid-management organizational leader, Spalding University's Doctor of Education (Ed.D) in Leadership program prepares you with the knowledge, skill and evidence-based practice to impact policies and advance for-profit and not-for-profit businesses and educational organizations. Stand out as an exemplary practitioner of ethical organizational leadership, as an extraordinary team builder, as a driver of change and innovation in a global economy and as a systems thinker. Learn more about Spalding's Ed.D.


Location

Troutman Lectorium - Egan Leadership Center
901 S. Fourth St.
Louisville, KY 40203

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