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THE ROLE OF THE MODERN UNIVERSITY
IN DEVELOPING LEADERSHIP

Collaborative Educational Programs for the Americas
October 9, 2020 - San Antonio, Texas


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Interdisciplinary Leadership
Developing Partnerships
Ethical Leadership
Focusing on a Strong Clear Vision
International Leadership
Promoting Mutual Understanding



   
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Conference Themes

Conference themes address the question of what specifically needs to be done to improve the quality of leadership.  The goals of the conference are to: 1) encourage, mentor and support new and upcoming leaders in diverse fields of interest, 2) improve leadership through collaboration, and 3) maintain a focus on humanistic values and ethical practices. We are interested in developing independent, innovative and creative thinkers.

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Dr. Meghan Carmody-Bubb, Professor
School of Business &Leadership
Our Lady of the Lake University

Dr. Phyllis Duncan, Professor
School of Business & Leadership
Our Lady of the Lake University

Dr. William Brownsberger, Dean
College of Arts & Sciences
Our Lady of the Lake Univerisity

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Dr. Elena Izquierdo, Associate Professor
College of Education
The University of Texas at El Paso


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Delegates attending the conference are from academia, business, the military, and other disciplines, as well as government, political and civic leaders. We especially welcome doctoral degree students representing all disciplines.

Since 2002 a number of papers from leading thinkers have graced the agenda of CEPA conferences. Over 50 colleges, universities and other institutions have been represented. They include delegates from top universities throughout Texas. Scholars from Washington DC, to Indiana State University in mid-America, to Pepperdine University on the west coast, and extending to the University of Puerto Rico in the Caribbean have also presented their ideas on leadership.

Join us and share your vision on leadership.



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Past Featured Speakers

Dr. Aaron Tyler
LTG Donald M. Campbell Jr. Honorable Ivy R. Taylor Honorable Bill Jones Honorable Kerry Mazzoni
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Provost & VP Academic Affairs
St. Mary's University
San Antonio
Commanding General
III Corps and Fort Hood
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Former Mayor
San Antonio, Texas
2014-2017
Secretary of State
California
1995-2003
Secretary of Education
California
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PROCLAMATIONS

From Los Angeles California, Texas and Latin America

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Host and Lead Universities
Addressing the Challenges of Education: Bringing back Civil Discussion, Debate, and the Conflict of Ideas

CO-HOST AND LEAD UNIVERSITIES ~ 2016
Leadership: Growing the next generation of global partners

CO-HOST AND LEAD UNIVERSITIES ~ 2015
Innovation through Leadership


CO-HOST AND LEAD UNIVERSITIES ~ 2014
The Millennial Generation: Developing Tomorrow's Leaders


CO-HOST AND LEAD UNIVERSITIES ~ 2013
Futuristic Leadership: Vision, Risk & Change


CO-HOST AND LEAD UNIVERSITIES ~ 2012
Visionary Leadership: An Ethical & Innovative Approach to Empowerment


CO-HOST AND LEAD UNIVERSITIES ~ 2011
Ethical Leadership for a Global Perspective

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