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Leadership retreat attendess named

SPJ News
3/12/1996



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Fifty local SPJ chapter leaders will attend the 1996 Scripps Leadership Retreat. The retreat is scheduled for June 21-23 in Greencastle, Ind.

"This retreat is an important step for the Society's future," said G. Kelly Hawes, SPJ president. "Not only will the retreat offer ideas for our chapters, but we anticipate that it will serve as a foundation for future national leaders."

The retreat is possible due to a grant from the sons of former Sigma Delta Chi President E.W. "Ted" Scripps. Over the three year span, the leadership of every professional chapter and many college chapters will have the opportunity to gather and discuss the issues facing local chapters.

This program for the 1996 retreat features sessions including fundraising, increasing membership, avoiding burnout, leadership strategies, and a review of the basic structure of SPJ on a national level.

"We're looking forward to bringing SPJ's chapter leaders to Greencastle," said Greg Christopher, SPJ's executive director. "Chapters will be able to see firsthand how their organization operates and get a better perspective on the importance of a strong local and national partnership."

Chapters not sending leaders to the 1996 retreat will be given top priority for the upcoming retreats. More details will be announced later this year.

Attendees include:

DeAdrian Andrell Alexander, Northwestern State University Chapter, Natchitoches, La.

Robert Anthony, Deadline Club Professional Chapter, New York, N.Y.

Aaron J. Brotherson, University of Northern Colorado Chapter, Greeley, Colo.

Wynne Brown, East Tennessee Professional Chapter, Knoxville, Tenn.

Brandy Burrows, Michigan State University Chapter, East Lansing, Mich.

Melanie Busch, Eastern Oklahoma Professional Chapter, Tulsa, Okla.

Sophy Chaffee, San Diego Professional Chapter, Oceanside, Calif.

Jennifer J. Cushman, Valley of the Sun Professional Chapter, Tucson, Ariz.

Tom Davies, Indiana East Professional Chapter, Muncie, Ind.

Stacy Davis, Northwestern University Chapter, Evanston, Ill.

Dave Debo, Greater Buffalo International Professional Chapter, Buffalo, N.Y.

Vincent Duffy, Central Illinois Professional Chapter, Urbana, Ill.

Jerry Dunklee, Connecticut Professional Chapter, New Haven, Conn.

Diana Dworin, Austin Professional Chapter, Austin, Texas

Katie Foley, Central Ohio Professional Chapter, Columbus, Ohio

Karen A. Gates, Northwest Missouri State University Chapter, Maryville, Mo.

Gail Gilmore, Richmond Professional Chapter, Richmond, Va.

Caroline Glassic, Bloomsburg University Chapter, Bloomsburg, Pa.

Gordon Govier, Madison Professional Chapter, Madison, Wis.

Sylvia Gurinsky, South Florida Professional Chapter, Miami, Fla.

Jesse Hamilton, Western Washington University Chapter, Bellingham, Wash.

Sheryl S. Hansen, Northeast Louisiana University Chapter, Monroe, La.

Niki Hayden, Colorado Professional Chapter, Boulder, Colo.

Daryl Huff, Hawaii Professional Chapter, Kapolei, Hawaii

Gordon S. Jackson, Inland Northwest Professional Chapter, Spokane, Wash.

Diane Keaton, Northern California Professional Chapter, San Francisco, Calif.

Hardy Lanier, Georgia Southern University Chapter, Statesboro, Ga.

Lorri J. Little, Auburn University Chapter, Auburn, Ala.

Ian Marquand, Montana Professional Chapter, Missoula, Mont.

Frank May, Shreveport Professional Chapter, Shreveport, La.

Connie Mayberry, Georgia State University Chapter, Atlanta, Ga.

Steve Maynard, Western Washington Professional Chapter, Tacoma, Wash.

Ryan Oliver, Utah State University Chapter, Logan, Utah

David O'Neal, Houston Professional Chapter, Houston, Texas

Melissa O'Neil Perdue, William O. Douglas Professional Chapter, Tri Cities, Wash.

Seth Owen, Greater New England Professional Chapter, Fall River, Mass.

Robert Priewe, Willamette Valley Professional Chapter, Corvallis, Ore.

John Rydell, Maryland Professional Chapter, Baltimore, Md.

Katy Sinclair, Virginia Tech University Chapter, Blacksburg, Va.

Kathleen Spring, Detroit Professional Chapter, Huntington Woods, Mich.

Mark Stalcup, Cardinal States Professional Chapter, Evansville, Ind.

William Theobald, Indiana Professional Chapter, Indianapolis, Ind.

Juliana Thill, Minnesota Professional Chapter, Rochester, Minn.

Stephen Trousdale, Greater Los Angeles Professional Chapter, Los Angeles, Calif.

Robert Warde, Milwaukee Professional Chapter, Milwaukee, Wis.

Lisa Whitley, East Texas State University Chapter, Dallas, Texas

Audrey Williams, Middle Georgia Professional Chapter, Macon, Ga.

Felix Winternitz, Queen City Professional Chapter, Cincinnati, Ohio

Nerissa Young, West Virginia Professional Chapter, Beckley, W.Va.

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