NSHE hosting Men’s Leadership Summit April 24

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Courtesy Steve Yingling, Western Nevada College

Build confidence, strength and resilience by learning from inspiring leaders at the Nevada System of Higher Education’s inaugural Men’s Leadership Summit on Saturday, April 24.

This interactive and engaging day features successful and inspiring professionals sharing their experiences and words of wisdom to the community’s future and current leaders. The day features breakout sessions, forums and advice for men interested in uncovering their leadership potential.

College, high school and community members are encouraged to attend. This free virtual event is available to students across Nevada and attendees will have the opportunity to win amazing raffle prizes including a Sony PlayStation 4, a Nintendo Switch, an iPad, AirPods, a UNR Parking pass, and more! Sign up at http://bit.ly/nshe-mens-leadership-signup and learn more about the speakers and schedule at wnc.edu/mens-leadership-summit/.

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“If you are interested on how to be successful in life and want to listen to amazing speakers talk about how they’ve become successful and reach their goals, this is the conference you want to attend,” said WNC President Dr. Vincent Solis. “You will get an opportunity to build friendships, develop connections, network and, again, listen to amazing speakers. Take some time, to join us. We look forward to seeing you there.”

Confirmed keynote speakers are Ernesto Mejia of Cool Speak, Dr. Myrton W. Running Wolf of UNR, Nevada Assemblyman Edgar Flores and Nevada State College President Bart Patterson. Other speakers include NFL alumni Morlan Greenwood, United States Navy Seal Lucas Vine, NSHE Chancellor Melody Rose, UNR President Brian Sandoval, NSHE Board Chair Dr. Mark Doubrava, Regent Byron Brooks, Regent Patrick Boylan, Regent Dr. Jason Geddes, Regent Joseph Arrascada, Regent Dr. Patrick Carter, Regent Donald McMichael, Dr. Victor Saenz of UT Texas, Dr. Frank Harris of San Diego State, Dr. Jesus Jara of Clark County School District, Deputy Chief Oliver Miller of the Reno Police Department and many more.

WNC presented a Women’s Leadership Summit in November.

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