President Elsener to Speak to United Way’s Emerging Leaders Group

by Katie Bradley | Jun 09, 2015

Daniel J. ElsenerMarian University President Daniel J. Elsener will speak on the education topic, “What Are We Doing to Turn Around Chronically Struggling Schools?” at a United Way luncheon for Emerging Leaders on June 25 at Barnes & Thornburg.

As a leader in higher education and a former teacher, principal, superintendent, and member of the Indiana State Board of Education, President Elsener has an extensive background in and passion for education. At the luncheon, he will share what the community is already doing to turn around struggling schools, along with his own personal and professional highlights and regrets along the way.

United Way’s Emerging Leaders program engages philanthropic young professionals, 40 years and younger, through volunteer opportunities, leadership development, and social networking events.    

United Way of Central Indiana has partnered with teacher, mentor, and 30-year business leader Doug Braly to create an empowering professional advancement series designed exclusively for Emerging Leaders. Sessions are led by Central Indiana’s most prominent business leaders and feature engaging and interactive topics, including insight on gaining credibility at work, the value of engaging in continuous learning, and strategies to expand your circle of influence.

Learn more about the event and group on the United Way of Central Indiana’s website

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