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Pacific Northwest Collegiate Leadership Conference

Todd Hall
Todd Hall Auditorium
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FREE to WSU Pullman Students, Faculty and Staff; Other WSU Campus Students $15; Non-WSU Students $25 Register for the Conference by Sept. 7

About the event

The 2018 Pacific Northwest Collegiate Leadership Conference (PNWCLC) is the largest student leadership conference in the region, bringing together more than 500 WSU students across the campus system from a variety of majors, walks of life, and involvement experiences.

Conference registration is open and can be done via CougSync. Registration closes Sept. 7.

This year’s conference will center around the theme of being “Fearlessly Authentic,” and developing personal leadership styles through emotional intelligence, self-empowerment, and compassion. 

White House Gun Violence Prevention Champion of Change and a Forbes Under 30 Honoree Jamira Burley is the 2018 keynote speaker. For over a decade, Burley has made it her mission to employ her personal experiences as the driving force to improve the lives of others. She is currently head of youth engagement and skills for the Global Business Coalition for Education. Previously, she worked as the national deputy millennial vote director at Hillary For America and before that, she managed the gun violence and criminal justice portfolios at Amnesty International USA, one of the first and largest human rights organizations in the world.

For more information, visit the PNWCLC website.