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Professional and student SPJ chapter leaders from around the country met in Indianapolis June 6-8 to participate in the Ted Scripps Leadership Institute. Funded by the Scripps Howard Foundation, the weekend is a chance for incoming chapter leaders to meet and develop their leadership skills.

Participants learned more about their individual leadership styles by completing a DiSC assessment facilitated by Jeffrey Cufaude of Idea Architects. Topics such as fundraising, recruitment and leadership roles were covered in a series of small group sessions. A final seminar on chapter goal setting was held on the last day.

After the welcome dinner on Friday evening, President Clint Brewer delivered the State of the Society address and invited participants to engage in a Q&A session with executive board members. The participants then had the chance to mingle with an outing to a duckpin bowling alley.


2008 Scripps Leadership Institute Graduates

NameChapter
America AriasCal State University, Fullerton
Rebecca BakerNew York Deadline Club
Nazanine BeyranvandUniversity of Maryland
David BriscoeHawaii Pro Chapter
Weronika BudakUniversity of Oregon
Anthony CarpinelliCalifornia University of Pennsylvania
Hank CrookSan Diego Pro Chapter
Brittany DavenportEastern Kentucky University
Cara DeGetteColorado Pro Chapter
David DeschampUniversity of Mississippi
Jenna DeWittBaylor University
Jacqueline FellowsMiddle Tennessee Pro Chapter
Lydia FiserUniversity of Florida
Eddye GallagherFort Worth Pro Chapter
Allison Barlow HessUtah Headliners
Nate HulingsPacific Lutheran University
Jeff InglisMaine Pro Chapter
Julie KaySouth Florida Pro Chapter
George KeelerUniversity of La Verne Chapter Adviser
Larissa LariveeMinnesota State University, Mankato
Greg LinchUniversity of Miami
Aiesha LittleGreater Cincinnati Pro Chapter
Brandon LorenzMilwaukee Pro Chapter
Eileen MansoorianCal State University, Northridge
Matt McKinleyUniversity of Central Florida
Gene MurrayLincoln Collegiate Chapter Adviser
Allison MusanteIthaca College
Rebecca NealIndiana Pro Chapter
John O’ConnellPress Club of Long Island
Britany Anne PattersonUniversity of Illinois at Urbana Champaign
Hilary ReevesWestern Washington Pro Chapter
Mia RhodarmerEast Tennessee Pro Chapter
Erin RileyIndiana University, Bloomington
Jennifer RowellAlabama Pro Chapter
Dave SagerWilliam O. Douglas Pro Chapter
Ricardo Sandoval PalosNorthern California Pro Chapter
Susan StevensChicago Headline Club
Jared StrongIowa Pro Chapter
Echo SurinaValley of the Sun Pro Chapter
Rebecca SweeneyUniversity of Kentucky
Emma SylvesterUniversity of South Florida
Tony TagliaviaMid-Michigan Pro Chapter
Scott TheisenMinnesota Pro Chapter
Stephanie ThompsonWyoming Pro Chapter
David VeselenakCentral Michigan University
Haley Marie WalkerFlagler College
Alice WaltonGreater Los Angeles Pro Chapter
Megan WieboldUniversity of Wisconsin-Eau Claire
Margo WilsonCalifornia University of Penn. Chapter Adviser

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