Association of
Leadership Educators

2021 Keynote Speakers

Monday, June 28th | Opening Plenary Session

Dr. Priscilla Zelaya | COO & Co-founder, P4HGlobal

Keynote: Developing Leaders in Cross Cultural Contexts
P4H Global has over 10 years of experience in Haiti. Throughout their time in the country, they have been able to develop and empower a team of 30 Haitian staff to reach over 6,000 Haitian teachers in the entire country. In a country where 80% of Haitian teachers have no pre-service training, teacher training is highly important. Their work has focused on building up the leadership capacity of both their staff as well as school leadership to help reach the needs of students. 

Tuesday, June 29 | Plenary Session

Dr. Helen Fagan | University of Nebraska - Lincoln

Keynote: Becoming Inclusive: An Antecedent to Leadership for a Global Neighborhood
Albert Einstein said, “problems cannot be solved at the same level of thinking that created them.” To develop leaders for a global neighborhood, we must think differently than we have before. That is just what Dr. Helen Fagan has done when she has faced adversity. In this session, Dr. Fagan discusses what she has learned from decades of inclusion work. This includes how she has learned that becoming inclusive is an antecedent for leadership in a global neighborhood.

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