Conference to focus on advancing leadership in economic development
The Southern University College of Business is hosting its Second Annual Advancing Leadership in Economic Development conference on June 11 -13 at the Southern University College of Business’ T.T. Allain Hall.
The two-day conference will feature local and nationally recognized business leaders who will share effective leadership strategies and successful economic development programs.
Featured speakers include: James Joseph, former ambassador to South Africa and former public policy professor at Duke University; Richard McCline, Ph.D., with the Fanning Institute for Leadership Development at the University of Georgia; and Will Campbell with Capital One.
Topics include regional economic growth and development opportunities, revitalizing rural and inner-city neighborhoods, leadership models that get results, and the role of political leaders in economic development.
It is targeted to small business owners, community development professionals, nonprofit organizations, city and state leaders, and anyone else who is interested in learning more about leadership and business opportunities in our area.
“This conference encourages attendees to play a greater role in growing their businesses and organizations and to take advantage of the many economic opportunities available in our city and state,” said Donald Andrew, Ph.D., dean of the College of Business and coordinator of the conference. ‘It also gives attendees the tools they need to succeed and it’s a great networking opportunity.”
Registration is $50. For more information on speakers and to register, go to subruniversitycenter.org or call (225) 771-5640 or (225) 771- 6248.