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Thursday, June 6 • 9:00am - 10:15am
Vision Session I - Courageous Leadership: Walking Your Talk from Wherever You Are

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We are experiencing significant shifts in leadership, at national and local levels, and within and across our professional communities. As the opinions swing about style and characteristics of leaders, there are some constants. We need leaders at every level of our organizations, including people who do not see themselves in these roles. Leaders must be culturally competent, able to engage and create space for new voices. And leaders must be brave. You are often standing, taking action in the service of a greater good. This session is for leaders, all of us, who are taking courageous action in the service of shared values. It will inspire you to act, remind you about your why, and provide practical steps for leading from wherever you are.  

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Bio - DeEtta Jones
For over 20 years, DeEtta Jones has guided people and organizations through the process of fundamental transformation. She has been a leading voice in shaping contemporary thinking and practice around integrated and sustainable approaches to personal transformation, workplace culture, diversity and inclusion.

Before launching DeEtta Jones and Associates in 2005, she served for 10 years as Director of Diversity and then Director of the Office of Leadership and Management Services at the Association of Research Libraries, an international not-for-profit representing the largest research institutions in North America. In these roles, DeEtta was called upon as a thought-leader to set direction for the design and oversight of more than 9 international leadership programs, as well as a suite of professional development services including training and organization development. Prior to this, she was Director of Multicultural Education at Colorado State University and Director of Human Rights Advocacy and Education for the City of Fort Collins.

DeEtta has served as an adjunct faculty member, teaching undergraduate and graduate courses on leadership and diversity, at Colorado State University and University of Maryland, College Park. DeEtta has a bachelor’s degree in psychology, a master’s degree in student affairs in higher education from Colorado State University, and an MBA from The Johns Hopkins University. She lives outside of Chicago, IL, with her husband and their children.


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Thursday June 6, 2019 9:00am - 10:15am
Grand Ballroom - 17th Floor

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