October 16, 2018 – Dr. Jeff Mangram, Syracuse University
Join us on Tuesday, October 16th, for a presentation by Dr. Jeff Mangram on The 5 C’s of Leadership at the SU Warehouse!
Dr. Jeffery A. Mangram is an Associate Professor and coordinator of Social Studies education in the Syracuse University School of Education. His scholarly interests revolve around media education, urban education, teacher education and high leverage practices in the classroom. He also directs the Charles Hayden Summer College Program, in which rising high school seniors of color spend a six-week summer residency program at Syracuse University, where they take college courses for credit. Mangram’s work is featured in such publications as Theory and Research in Social Education and the Journal of Social Studies Research. The International Society for Social Studies named Dr. Mangram Outstanding Faculty Member in 2011. He has been a principal or co-principal investigator on approximately $1.1 million in grants. He earned his undergraduate degree (Policy Studies/Political Science), master’s degree (Social Studies education) and Ph.D. (Teaching and Curriculum) from Syracuse University.
This event is FREE for Young Leaders United members and all members are encouraged to bring a guest at no additional charge. Tickets are available for $25 for non-members, but should you choose to join YLU, the ticket price can be applied to your membership. Light refreshments and a cash bar will be available. We look forward to seeing you there!
June 20, 2017 – David Freund, Chief Leadership Officer of MACNY
David Freund Chief Leadership Officer of MACNY (Manufacturer’s Association of CNY), is a John Maxwell Certified Speaker, Trainer and Coach, and also teaches courses in Leadership, supervision, and DiSC behavioral studies. David also started Navigate Leadership to help people and organizations chart their path of growth.
David has worked in various jobs in manufacturing, with the last 12 years as president of a precision machining facility. He also serves on several nonprofit and for-profit boards. In 2015, David was inducted into The Manufacturer’s Association’s Wall of Fame.
April 14, 2016- Kimberly Townsend, President & CEO of Loretto
Kimberly Townsend is the President & CEO of Loretto. Before assuming the position of President and Chief Executive Officer at Loretto, Kim was the Associate General Counsel and Senior Director of Government Affairs for Welch Allyn in Skaneateles. Loretto is a nonprofit that operates nursing homes and other programs for the elderly in Central New York. They employ about 2,300 people with an annual budget of $125 million.
Kim has also served on the United Way of Central New York Board of Directors and has just been named Chair of the Go Red for Women 2016 Campaign. She embodies everything a leader is and this is an event young leaders won’t want to miss.
May 13, 2015- Katie Doucette, MSW, Principal of The Leading Element
As an executive coach, Katie Doucette establishes a supportive, structured partnership with clients and helps them to navigate — and excel in — their ever-evolving professional landscape.
Clients may use their coaching sessions to brainstorm, strategize, develop insights, assess strengths; examine obstacles; explore opportunities; create and implement action plans; or expand their leadership, management or communication skills. You can read more about Katie on their website at www.theleadingelement.com.
January 15, 2015- Pete Richichi, President and CEO of WYNIT
Pete Richichi has grown WYNIT sales organization into a world-class operation, serving reseller customers ranging from the largest national retailers and eTailers, to small, independent specialty stores. As president and chief operating officer, Richichi is responsible for the day to day operations of all corporate divisions, including providing leadership in Distribution, Finance, Information Technology, Marketing, Product Management and Sales.
October 2, 2014- Drew James, President of SRCTec, Inc.
Drew James is president and member of SRCTec’s board of directors. James directs all activities, including developing and implementing strategic plans and initiatives, as well as collaborating with SRC to grow the manufacturing and logistics business.
James has more than 25 years of experience in the development, production and support of complex tactical systems and sensors for the DoD. He previously served as vice president, operations for SRCTec. Prior to joining SRCTec, James held the position of program manager at Lockheed Martin Corporation. James serves on the Board of Directors for the MACNY and the United Way of Central New York. He is also a licensed Project Management Professional.