The 4th Annual Kentucky Collegiate Leadership Conference will be on¬†Saturday, February 4, 2012. This unique leadership opportunity will allow students from across the Commonwealth to develop their leadership skills while building networks with student leaders from other campuses. Hear from dynamic leaders and participate in workshops to help grow a stronger base of leadership for the future of Kentucky.
Thomas & King Leadership Conference Center
100 Stadium Drive
Georgetown, KY 40324
$25.00 for registration (student/ advisor)
Registration is closed – thank you for your interest.
Morning Keynote - Brittney Thomas, MPH, is a fellow abolitionist and a leading voice in the fight against human trafficking.¬† Having survived one of the nation‚Äôs deadliest school shootings, Brittney developed an untamed passion for social justice issues across the globe and in her own backyard! ¬†Brittney is the Kentucky state director for the ‚ÄúNot For Sale Campaign,‚ÄĚ a non-profit organization that seeks to equip and mobilize Smart Activists to deploy innovative solutions to re-abolish slavery in their own backyards and across the globe. She has been interviewed by Tricia Goyer from ‚ÄúLiving Inspired‚ÄĚ and been published alongside notable authors such as Robin Jones Gunn, Shaunti Feldhahn, and Debbie Macomber.¬†¬†She was the recipient of the 2010 Kentucky Liberation Award and currently serves on the Lexington Fayette County Human Trafficking Taskforce.¬† Brittney is also a member of the American Public Health Association.¬† Brittney lives in Lexington, Kentucky where she enjoys teaching Sunday school and is actively involved with various grass-root organizations in her community.¬† For more information about Brittney and her work, please visit her website at www.facebook.com/notforsaleky.
Lunch¬†Keynote - Aaron Anderkin is the current¬†chair of the Kentucky Commission on Community Volunteerism and Service (KCCVS). Anderkin, who is in his late¬†twenties,¬†is the Director of Sales at Integrated Sign and Graphics Inc. in Lexington and a graduate of Transylvania University with a degree in political science.¬†His passion for service¬†has been demonstrated by his dedication to student service at Transylvania, to the¬†commission‚Äôs program committee, which is involved in grant selection and program monitoring, and to the continued excellence of the KCCVS through his leadership.
|9:30-10:00||Welcomes and Icebreaker|
|10:00-11:00||Keynote Speaker – Brittney Thomas|
|11:00-11:50||Workshop Session I|
|12:00-1:00||Lunch and Keynote Speaker – Aaron Anderkin|
|1:00-1:50||Workshop Session II|
|2:00-2:50||Workshop Session III|
Student leaders from any Kentucky college or university are welcome, though space is limited. Email Jesse Hines for more information.