2015 Global Leadership Academy Fellows Announced

| November 6, 2014
GLA-casestudies

GLA provides a diverse environment with meaningful experiences that help fellows learn and use the tools required to break down barriers and effectively respond to opportunities and challenges facing Webster.

The 2015 Global Leadership Academy fellows have been announced:

  • Robin Assner, associate professor, Art, Design, & Art History Department, Leigh Gerdine College of Fine Arts
  • Justin Barton, assistant director, First Year Experience Programs
  • Amy Bommarito, Athletics coordinator, Athletics
  • DeLyle Bowen, communications coordinator, Academic Affairs
  • Simone Cummings, associate professor, Management Department, George Herbert Walker School of Business & Technology
  • Michael Fallon, community relations coordinator, Ocala, Florida, campus
  • Cheryl Fritz, director of Benefits & Compensation, Human Resources
  • Terri Lucas, director – IT Academic Liaison & Vendor Governance, Project Management, Information Technology
  • Silvia Navia, department chair and associate professor, International Languages & Cultures, College of Arts & Sciences
  • Chrisoula Papadopoulou, head of the Department of Business & Management, Webster University the Netherlands
  • Margaret Reed, director, Colorado Springs Campus
  • Joe Roberts, director of the Entrepreneurship Program and associate professor of Management, George Herbert Walker School of Business & Technology
  • Emily Scharf, Instruction and Liaison librarian, Library
  • Martina Steed, associate professor, Nurse Anesthesia Department, College of Arts & Sciences
  • Mike Taylor, counselor, Online Student Admissions, Online Learning Center
  • Carol Williams, associate professor, Department of Teacher Education, School of Education
  • Michael Zakibe, director of operations, School of Communications
  • Nelly Zhang, deputy director, Webster University China

About the Webster University Global Leadership Academy

Now preparing for its fourth year, the Global Leadership Academy (GLA) at Webster University helps build the distributed leadership that is critical to Webster’s success. President Beth Stroble and Provost, Senior Vice President, and Chief Operating Officer Julian Schuster created the Global Leadership Academy to develop talent within the University that is essential for achieving its vision.

The goals of the Global Leadership Academy are to develop and enhance the leadership skills of faculty and staff at Webster University and to provide a comprehensive and grounded understanding of Webster in all its complexity. Each year these goals are advanced as a cohort of fellows study and practice relevant leadership topics in workshop settings, as well as engage in activities designed to complement the curriculum.

The Global Leadership Academy provides a diverse environment with meaningful experiences that help fellows learn and use the tools required to break down barriers and effectively respond to opportunities and challenges facing Webster University.

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