Subject: Announcing the 2019 NGLA Annual Conference Featured Programs

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Announcing the 2019 NGLA Annual Conference Featured Programs
NGLA is excited to announce our featured programs for the 2019 NGLA Annual Conference!
Register, reserve your hotel room, and apply for scholarships, awards, and student staff roles.

Pre-Conference Academy for Culturally Based Organizations
“Do You See What I See?” A Critical Conversation with Dr. Don

Thursday, February 28 from 1:00pm – 7:00pm

*New this year* One-day program intended for culturally based organizations. This program focuses on learning how to lead change management effectively and efficiently as a culturally based organization. Attendees will leave prepared to challenge the narrative of “we can’t” and replace it with “we will.”

Critical Conversations Series
Friday, March 1, 2019 from 10:30am  12:00pm

This series of presentations is intended to engage the audience with topics that are viewed as “critical” to fraternity and sorority life in today’s context. The program format is approximately 60 minutes of content with the remaining time available for in-session application of concepts. 
Facilitated activities may include peer-to-peer interaction, experience-based activities, and reflection exercises.
  • Why Mental Health Matters presented by Colleen Coffey
  • Men and #MeToo: Our Roles, Responsibilities and Next Steps presented by Tim Mousseau
  • Drop the Drama presented by David Stollman
  • Ladies, Drop the F Bomb presented by Tina VanSteenbergen
  • Risk, Health, Safety Management: Where Are We Headed? presented by David Westol
The Critical Conversations Series is sponsored by Order of Omega.

Featured Speaker Showcase
Saturday, March 2, 2019 from 2:15pm  3:15pm

This program is four concurrent keynotes attendees have the opportunity to attend.
  • Strategies for Managerial Excellence presented by Michael Ayalon
  • Greek Letters to Career Ladders: How to Use Greek Life Experience to Build Your Career presented by MaryKate Daly
  • Staying Power: A Photographic History of The Black Fraternal Movement from 1920 – 1990 presented by Tish Norman
  • #mentalillnessnotweakness presented by Sarah Tansits

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