Educators, current students and young professionals from around the region are encouraged to submit their nominations, including self- nominations, for this exclusive leader development summit. Letters submitted should include the nominee’s name, undergraduate school affiliation, title, and contact information as well as a brief summary of his or her accomplishments.
“It is common wisdom that graduate education broadens and deepens understanding in one or more specific areas of knowledge. This unique event will challenge participants to expect more from their graduate education. A relevant educational program for our young future leaders also develops their leadership skills and professional networks” said Bill Woodson, assistant dean of MBA Programs at St. Thomas. “This event initiates that development while illustrating the importance of these critical components within a world class professional graduate education.”