Learn what it takes to be a leader.
Thursday, May 24 Leadership MetroWest is hosting a roundtable discussion breakfast at 7:45 a.m. on the campus of Framingham State University.
Five executive level, influential, insightful and intentional leaders will share their formative experiences, intentional strategies and tactics in a highly interactive, moderated conversation, followed by Q&A and small group discussions at your table.
Panelists include Joel Barrera, deputy director, Metropolitan Area Planning Council; Jarrett Barrios, CEO, American Red Cross of Eastern Massachusetts; Beverly Edgehill, former president, The Partnership, Inc.; Dana M. Neshe, EVP & Chief Community Banking Officer, Middlesex Savings Bank; and David Shapiro, CEO, The National Mentoring Partnership.
The breakfast program consists of a moderated dialogue (no speeches, no PowerPoint), then Q&A and table discussions with the panelists. Breakfast and networking begin at 7:45 a.m.
Cost is $25 for alumni and $35 for guests. Register at www.leadershipmetrowest.org
The ongoing Leadership Roundtable Series was introduced in 2011 as part of Leadership MetroWest's 25-year celebration. The organization's mission is to move the region forward by increasing civic engagement and cross-sector collaboration.