TU Professional Leadership Program for Women: 2017 Preview Event

Over two years ago, Towson University created the TU Professional Leadership Program for Women as a way to equip women leaders with the knowledge and skills needed to elevate their careers. Since that time, 38 women have graduated from two classes and the program has become the leading leadership development space in the Baltimore region.

On Tuesday, October 4, Towson University and President Kim Schatzel, Ph.D., will host a Preview Event for the 2017 class. This is a great opportunity for prospective candidates and their employers to learn more about TU’s Professional Leadership Program for Women. Program Facilitator Kathleen Case will be on hand, as will program alumnae. They will share personal stories on how they a nd their workplaces have benefited since graduating from the program.

29007129745_de0eac903a_kThis is a great networking opportunity, as business leaders from greater Baltimore have been invited to attend. However, space is limited. I invite you to RSVP.

Learn more about the program. Meet our alumnae. Read past blog posts about the program.

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Bobbie Laur serves as associate vice president of outreach. She oversees two externally-focused teams whose collective focus is to match the expertise and resources of the university with external partners throughout Greater Baltimore. With a commitment to community outreach and engagement and higher education policy, Bobbie's posts focus on trends, issues, and best practices in those areas.