Aggies Leading the Way! 2020

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The seventh annual Aggies Leading the Way! Undergraduate Leadership Conference will be held Saturday, February 8, 2020.  

This annual full-day event is free for all undergraduate students and open to students in all majors.  With workshops, keynote speakers, and networking opportunities, the event helps you reach your leadership potential and practice your professional skills.

Check back periodically to learn more about our keynote speaker, workshop offerings, and more!  Details are subject to change.

Conference Mission

The theme for this year's conference is CHANGE; this year's sessions will include opportunities for you to explore change and your personal leadership through different lenses.  Attend to participate in a variety of relevant interactive workshops and network with students, staff and speakers.

Tentative Conference Agenda
9:30-10:00am
Conference Registration & Continental Breakfast
10:00-10:45am
Conference Welcome
Keynote Address
11:00am-12:45pm
Workshop Sessions
12:45-1:15pm
Lunch & Networking
1:15pm-3:45pm
Workshop Sessions
3:45pm-4:00pm
Snack Break & Networking
4:00pm-5:00pm
Closing Plenary and Remarks
Raffle Prizes
Conference T-Shirts

 

The 2020 conference is funded and made possible by the UC Davis Center for Leadership Learning and Undergraduate Education.
Thank you to the conference planning committee for their dedication and hard work:
  • AJ Rooney, Campus Recreation and Unions
  • Carla Fresquez, First-Year Seminars
  • Christie Navarro, Center for Leadership Learning
  • Co Hawes, College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences
  • Ellen Kasakov, Services for International Students and Scholars
  • Erin Blobaum, Conference Chair, Center for Leadership Learning 
  • Erienne Ramos, Strategic Native American Retention Initiatives
  • Jaime Allen, Cal Aggie Alumni Association
  • Jenny Choc, Summer Sessions
  • Melissa Cruz Hernandez, Arboretum and Public Garden
  • Mary Jane Andreas, Cross Cultural Center
  • Sara Blair-Medeiros, Women's Resources and Research Center
  • Vanessa Talavera, Center for Student Involvement

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