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New Mexico Leadership Summit

Come meet and be inspired by community and business leaders as they share their stories and path to success

May 22, 2018

When leaders grow, communities thrive.
The First Annual New Mexico Leadership Summit
 

The New Mexico Leadership Summit provides an opportunity for community leaders to take a step back, refresh their perspective, and be inspired.

Our featured speakers share their unique personal stories and leadership experiences. In addition, they will provide a window into how they think about ethics and the ethical challenges they face in their workplace.

The summit's goal is to create a space for you to reflect upon your leadership style, using what you learn to make meaningful change across New Mexico and the Southwest.

Summit Information

Date: Friday, August 17, 2018

Time: 
Registration begins at 7:30 a.m.
Summit 8:30 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.

Cost: $120

Location:
CNM Main Campus – Smith Brasher Auditorium (map)

Register

Questions? Need more information?

Email: NMLS@cnm.edu

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Musical performance by Hillary Smith and Chillhouse.


About the Speakers

Linda Alvarado, speaker at the First Annual New Mexico Leadership Summit

Linda Alvarado, born in Albuquerque and co-owner of Major League Baseball’s Colorado Rockies, is also President and Chief Executive Officer of Alvarado Construction, Inc., a large firm in Denver that builds multi-million dollar facilities. Alvarado is the first Hispanic to become an owner of a Major League Baseball team.



Drew Dudley, speaker at the First Annual New Mexico Leadership Summit


Drew Dudley
, founder of Day One Leadership, has spoken on five continents and has been featured on The Huffington Post, Radio America and TED.com, where his “TED Talk” was voted one of the 15 most inspirational TED Talks of all time.





Michelle DuVal, speaker at the First Annual New Mexico Leadership Summit
Michelle DuVal,owner and founder of The Mindful Center, has been a keynote speaker and trainer at dozens of major events. She has been providing mindfulness trainings in corporate settings for over 15 years.





Sierra KC Garcia Charlie, speaker at the First Annual New Mexico Leadership Summit

Sierra KC Garcia Charlie
of Isleta, a junior at Native American Community Academy, is a longtime Voces Summer Writing Institute for Youth scholarship recipient, a core planning member of the annual Planting Seeds, Taking Root: An Indigenous Youth Summit, a NextGen PNM and Funder's Collaborative Youth Organization grant writer/recipient and a founding member of the RezSpit Indigenous Youth Poetry Collective. 



Dr. Marcus Goodloe, speaker at the First Annual New Mexico Leadership Summit

Dr. Marcus “Goodie” Goodloe travels the country mentoring business professionals, athletes, entertainers, students, educators and faith communities on a range of issues including cultural and interpersonal relationships, leadership, teamwork and faith.






Randy Mascorella, speaker at the First Annual New Mexico Leadership Summit


Randy Mascorella
is the Executive Director of Special Olympics New Mexico, and has devoted her career to impacting people’s lives through sports. She leads 3,300 athletes and more than 6,000 volunteers at Special Olympics New Mexico, and serves on committees for Special Olympics North America.





Garnett Stokes, speaker at the First Annual New Mexico Leadership Summit


Dr. Garnett S. Stokes 
the first female president in the 129-year history of the University of New Mexico, has served in a variety of leadership roles at the University of Missouri, Florida State University and the University of Georgia.





 

Katherine Winograd, speaker at the First Annual New Mexico Leadership Summit
Dr. Katharine Winograd, in her 12th year as president of Central New Mexico Community College, was named Western Region CEO of the Year in 2013 by the Association of Community College Trustees, the same year CNM won the national Student Success Award from the American Association of Community Colleges.