The White House Project
Strand Union Building, Ballrooms
On Saturday, October 20, 2012 from 11:15 am - 5:00 pm, ASMSU and the MSU Leadership Institute will host The White House Project located in the Strand Union Building at MSU.
The White House Project, founded in 1998 by Marie C. Wilson, is an organization designed to help women emerge as active leaders in business and politics up to the U.S. presidency. It is dedicated to coaching and inspiring women to become the new leaders in society and to diversify the workplace among all disciplines. Students will be able to participate in leadership workshops that will teach the ambition and creativity necessary for successful leadership and also see why women are critical in effective leadership. Katie Groke Ellis, Dorothy Bradley, Toni Neal, JP Pomnichowski, and Lauren Marsh will be able to mentor these emerging leaders after a day of workshops and networking sessions. Katie Groke Ellis, the Program Manager for The White House Project, will lead the event and also moderate the discussion panel. The day will close with a Strategic Story Telling "How To."
The workshop is open to all and costs $5. A registration form may be obtained by visiting, ASMSU, MSU AskUs Desk or the MSU Leadership Institute, which are located in the Strand Union Building. Registration forms must be postmarked by noon Wednesday, Oct.17, as seating is limited. The fee includes a complimentary lunch.
This event is sponsored by MSU Office of the President, ASMSU, MSU Leadership Institute, MSU Office of the Provost, College of Letters and Science, College of Agriculture, College of Business, Vice President for Student Success, Diversity Awareness Office, MSU Alumni Association, ASMSU Campus Entertainment, College of Engineering/EMPower, Women's Center, and the Honors Department.
Download and complete the registration forms by noon Wednesday, Oct.17,
For more information please call (406) 994-7275 or visit http://www.montana.edu/leadership
www.facebook.com/MSULeadershipInstitute or Twitter:@MSU_Leadership
The cost of this event is: $5.00
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For questions regarding this event, please contact:
College of Agriculture,
College of Business,
College of Engineering,
College of Letters and Science,
Diversity Awareness Office,