by Ed Cabellon
I recently sat down via Google Plus On-Air Hangouts, with Cindy Kane, Director of Student Involvement and Leadership at Bridgewater State University; Mike Severy, Director of Student Involvement and Leadership at the University of North Carolina at Pembroke; Chris Conzen, Director of Campus Activities and Student Leadership Development at Suffolk County Community College; and Becca Obergefell, Assistant Director for Student Involvement at Ohio Dominican University! We discussed integrating technology into leadership programs!
If you missed us live, please watch it above as well as our shows in syndication!
Cindy Kane has over fifteen years of progressively responsible roles in areas of leadership development, volunteer management, and campus events planning. She also holds significant volunteer leadership experience in association management and serves as a part-time consultant on topics relating to leadership and management.
Specialties: Student Affairs areas: program review and strategic planning in student activities, orientation, fraternity/sorority life, programming, student media. Leadership areas: Personal leadership coaching, development of staff training and education programs, supervision, mentoring programs. (Source: LinkedIn)
Mike Severy views his work through the lens of leadership development, believing that people are developed over time through a series of meaningful experiences.
He is a Myers Briggs type INTJ. My StrengthsQuest themes are Strategic, Ideation, Command, Futuristic, and Relator. He likes to dwell in possibility. He plays and calls it work.
Specialties: leadership development and training, college student development, group development, teambuilding, strategy and idea development. (Source: LinkedIn)
Since my first year of graduate school, Chris Conzen has worked primarily in the areas of student activities, orientation, and leadership development. He has worked at a four-year private, four-year public, and now a two-year community college. In addition to his current role in campus activities, he also assists with the enrollment management areas, serving as a back-up administrator to both counseling/advisement and admissions.
His long-term goal is to become a Dean of Students, utilizing the diverse experiences I now have the opportunity to be exposed to.
Specialties: Event planning, student advisement, organization advisement, personal counseling, budget management, supervision. (Source: LinkedIn)
Becca Obergefell is a creative higher education administrator who supports college students as they learn, change, and discover. She challenges them along the way to cultivate connections, engage in intentional reflection, and embrace differences.
Specialties: Leadership Education, Technical Writing and Editing, Social Media Management, Student Organization Advising, Learning Outcomes and Assessment Planning, Program and Event Planning, Fraternity and Sorority Advising, New Student and Parent Orientation. (Source: LinkedIn)
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