2013 Executive Leadership Program (ELP) Event
Wednesday, June 19, 2013
4:30 to 8:15 PM
1730 Pennsylvania Avenue, NW
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The National Society of Hispanic MBAs (NSHMBA) Washington DC Chapter is holding their 2nd Annual Executive Leadership Program (ELP) in June 19, 2013. This year the ELP event will focus on innovative leadership in the Public Sector and how Diversity and Inclusion can transform an organization. The event will consist of a keynote speaker, panel speakers, and two workshops. The program for this event is designed to promote a creative dialogue among a diverse group of leaders in Federal Government and share best practices in managing large organizations in the Public Sector as well as offer opportunities for attendees to grow professionally via four workshops. Keynote and Panel Speaker invitations are being extended to Federal Government Executives via our contacts at the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) Office of Diversity & Inclusion (ODI), Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), Central Intelligence Agency, Department of Labor (DOL), and other Federal Agencies.
Benefits to Participate in this event:
- Co-branding with NSHMMBA (i.e. valuing diversity and professional development)
- Opportunity to network with Senior Executives, Directors, and Managers of Federal Agencies
- Showcase expertise in professional development and diversity topics such as Powerful Communication and "How Diversity and Inclusion Can Transform Your Organization”
Title: Outside-the-box Leadership: Developing a Sustainable and High Performing Federal Workforce by Thinking and Executing Innovatively
Purpose:Leaders in Federal Government are faced with a myriad of resource and administrative challenges, while taking on a growing list of organizational demands and national initiatives. Leaders in Federal Government are asked to recruit, retain, and develop a high performing workforce with fewer resources. The Executive Leadership Program (ELP) is designed to promote a creative dialogue among a diverse group of leaders in Federal Government and share best practices in managing large organizations in the Public Sector.
Benefits to Attending:
- Opportunity to engage in thought provoking conversation with respect to new ways of leading across large organizations and managing across diverse cultures and groups
- Evaluation of your organization’s efforts versus other organizations in the Public Sector
- Two workshops dedicated to promoting professional development and the recruitment and retention of talented and diverse professionals in Federal Government
- Networking reception and NSHMBA recognition to Keynote Speaker and Panelists
|Program Activities||Content Description or Speaker||Time|
|Welcome Reception – Registration and Networking||Sign in, networking and registration to professional development workshops 1 and 2 ||4:30 PM|
|Professional Development Workshop #1||Powerful Communication and a New Image of Leadership Building in Multicultural and Multigenerational Workforces|
4:45 – 5:45 PM
|Professional Development Workshop #2||Social Media Solutions for the Federal Government||4:45 – 5:45 PM|
|JC Ramirez, NSHMBA, DC Chapter President||6:00 – 6:05 PM|
|Mirna Arroyo, Department of State, Chief of the Business Group||6:05 - 6:15 PM|
|Keynote Speaker ||Georgia Coffey, U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs, Deputy Assistant Secretary for Diversity & Inclusion||6:15 – 6:35 PM|
|Leadership Panel |
Aracely Núñez-Mattocks, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Chief of Staff for the Office of Inspector General
Naomi Barry-Perez, U.S. Department of Labor, Director of Civil Rights Center
Marisse Rovira, PricewaterhouseCoopers, Public Sector Practice, Director
|6:40 – 7:40 PM|
|Closing Remarks||Mirna Arroyo, Department of State, Chief of the Business Group||7:45 – 7:55 PM|
|Networking hour||Networking hour to close the evening event||7:55 – 8:15 PM|
Open to leaders in the Public Sector, particularly director-level and above seeking to make an impact in their respective organizations. Additional audience includes members of the National Society of Hispanic MBA (NSHMBA) and partner organizations as well as venue and other sponsors. Otherwise open to the public.
About the Lead Organization
The National Society of Hispanic MBA’s (NSHMBA) mission is to be the premier Hispanic business organization dedicated to building and advancing Hispanic leadership through graduate management education and professional development. The Washington DC Chapter’s primary mission is to be the chief connector to resources, information, and pathways to professional development for Latinos in the DC Metropolitan area. Our secondary goal is to increase the number of NSHMBA members in the Public Sector and Federal Government and to strengthen the number of MBA’s locally. The chapter’s slogan is Connected to Powerful Resources. The Executive Leadership Program (ELP) is an effective professional environment to promote the collaboration of leadership know-how and to support NSHMBA members to successfully pursue careers in the Federal Government.
NSHMBA was created in 1988 as a non-profit organization. Widely known as the "Premier Hispanic Organization," NSHMBA serves 32 chapters and 8,000 members in the U.S. and Puerto Rico. The Washington, D.C. NSHMBA Chapter is an independent 501(c) (3) organization with membership of more than 300 professionals and a network of over 1,000 supporters, including MBAs, entrepreneurs, and students. For more information, visit: www.nshmba.org
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