Nurturing the Leader in Every Student: Building a Culture of Inclusive Leadership
When your students hear the word "leader" do they think of themselves? If not, they should. The world needs leaders of all backgrounds, personality types, and passions.
Join us for the fourth annual AIMS Learning to Lead Workshop where we will explore the topic of inclusive leadership. Learn how to demystify the concept of leadership, teach students to recognize the leader in themselves, and create a positive and diverse leadership culture in your school. We welcome teachers, administrators, and staff who work with children in Kindergarten through 12th grade.
Leon Pinkett is a Baltimore City Councilman representing the 7th District. Mr. Pinkett is a native of Baltimore, and an experienced public servant who has served in many capacities, including Assistant Deputy Mayor for Economic & Neighborhood Development under Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake. He is a respected, experienced community leader in Baltimore City. http://www.afro.com/leon-pinkett-looks-to-bring-hope-to-baltimores-7th-district/
This Year’s workshop options
“The Empathy Advantage” - Infusing Empathy into Leadership Development
Sandry Sachar, Calvert School & Calvert School Students
“Building BRIDGES” - Teaching Leadership through Community Outreach
Rob Paymer, (St. Paul's), Ned Harris (Gilman), Volunteers & Bridges Students
“Fostering Leadership Through Global Citizenship” - Community Action Education in a LS Classroom
Toni Woodlon, RPCS & RPCS 3rd Grade Students
“Collaborative Leadership” - The Story of the Baltimore MS Diversity Conference
Nicole Mitchell (Gilman), Talia Titus (Bryn Mawr), Kristen Tubman (Boys' Latin), Priyanka Rupani (Friends) & Students
“Creating a Culture of Inclusiveness” - Empowering Student Leadership"
Marc Buckley, Kourtney Stone and Faces of Severn Student Club
Our Keynote Speaker
A Baltimore native, Fagan Harris is the CEO of Baltimore Corps, an organization dedicated to building a stronger Baltimore by mobilizing a new generation of leaders focused on urban renewal. As a leader of one of Baltimore's most effective social change organizations, Harris has a unique, experienced perspective on Inclusive Leadership. He will help us frame how the tenets of inclusivity guide his work and how the concepts of empathy and cultural awareness are key to the development of young leaders in the 21st century. Harris is a graduate of Stanford University and studied international human rights in Ireland as a Senator George J. Mitchell Scholar. Additionally, he holds a Masters of Philosophy in Comparative Social Policy from the University of Oxford where he was a Rhodes Scholar.
Registration Deadline Date: 3/20/2017 (no refunds after this date)
AIMS member fee: $85, $95 after 3/20
Non member fee: $100, 110 after 3/20