Princeton graduates serve in countless leadership positions around the world from entrepreneurs to teachers, directors to parents. Understanding the traits and behaviors that make leaders effective is critical for any organization, and applies to students on campus and alumni in the world at large. Join us for a panel that brings together experts on leadership from academics, business, government, the non-profit sector and current Outdoor Action student leaders to explore what makes leaders effective and how to enhance your own foundations of effective leadership.
Moderator: Rick Curtis ’79, Director, Outdoor Action Program.
Derek Lido '73, Entrepreneurship Specialist and Lecturer in Electrical Engineering and the Keller Center for Innovation in Engineering Education;
James Lee ’86, partner Schaffer & Combs, Adjunct Professor for the University of San Francisco’s Graduate School of Business;
Amy Sennett ’06 JD, U.S. District Court, District of MA;
Brady Walkinshaw ’06, State Representative Washington State Legislature; Jesse Caldwell ’16 OA Leader Trainer.
Jesse Caldwell ’16 is a graduating senior in the Sociology Department. Jesse has been active in the Outdoor Action Program throughout her time at Princeton as a Leader, Leader Trainer and Frosh Trip Coordinator.