The Future of Ethical Leadership in Politics: A Conversation with Millennials
Ethical leadership in government requires ensuring that all generations are represented and have a voice. But what exactly are millennials, who represent our nation’s future voters and leaders, looking for when it comes to requiring that our political leaders are truthful, transparent, unifying and represent all constituents? Join the conversation with young leaders as they share their perspectives on the need for restoring ethics in our political sphere and building bridges across generations to provide a better future.
- Jill Grennan: Planning and development, Western Technical College. Former Regional Staff Representative for Senator Ron Johnson
- Jack Lawlis: Political Science student at UW-La Crosse and President of Students for Ethical Leadership within Government (SELG). Intern, LeaderEthics-Wisconsin
- Ben O'Connell: Political Science student at UW-La Crosse and officer in Students for Ethical Leadership within Government (SELG). Intern, La Crosse Area Chamber of Commerce.
DATES: Saturday, September 21, 2019
TIME: 11am to 11:30pm - Gathering and Conversation
11:30am to 12:30am - Program Presentation
LOCATION: BLACK RIVER BEACH NEIGHBORHOOD CENTER
Facilitator: UW-La Crosse “Students for Ethical Leadership with Government” (SELG)
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