Dr. Jennifer Sasser, human sciences chair and gerontology program director, is one of several experts who will lead Oregon Humanities' Talking About Dying Series starting in September 2015.
Communications faculty Teddy Gardner is one of several experts headlining the 2012-13 Voices Leadership Forum, designed to advance leadership and management skills for women.
Teddy Gardner is a professional coach who works with individuals and organizations. She brings together extensive background in rehabilitation counseling and her passion for coaching, teaching and facilitating to both individuals and organizations. Gardner completed her coach training with Academy for Coach Training (ACT), Seattle, Washington, and is also a member of the International Coaching Federation.
The VOICES Leadership Forum for Emerging Women Leaders is designed to develop strong leaders from the inside out and bring powerful clarity to each woman's inherent strengths, values, purpose and vision. The program offers a safe and supportive community which builds confidence in each leader and offers relevant tools to build specific leadership competencies needed for new levels of success.
The VOICES Leadership Forum for Senior-Level Leaders offers a community of peers and professionals to hone their skills in influence, strategic thinking, innovation and driving effective change.
Quarterly day-long sessions begin October 2012. For more information, visit the Voices Leadership Forum website.