Curtis Lecture on Public Leadership hopes to inspire ripples of change

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  • The Curtis Lecture on Public Leadership discuss, “How to Change the World – A conversation with Lincoln Leaders,” will be in McDonald Auditorium on Monday, Feb 5, at 7 p.m.
  • The Curtis Lecture on Public Leadership discuss, “How to Change the World – A conversation with Lincoln Leaders,” will be in McDonald Auditorium on Monday, Feb 5, at 7 p.m.

A group of local leaders will deliver this year’s Curtis Lecture on Public Leadership.

Their lecture, “How to Change the World – A conversation with Lincoln Leaders,” will outline how serving your community can create positive changes in society.

The panel discussion will be in McDonald Auditorium on Monday, Feb 5, at 7 p.m. featuring:

o TJ McDowell (’94), chief of staff, Lincoln Mayor’s Office 

o Adam Morfeld, founder and executive director of Civic Nebraska

o Lori Seibel, president, Community Health Endowment 

o Maggie Stuckey-Ross, director of Lincoln Parks and Recreation

Representatives from these groups, as well as other civic and nonprofit organizations, will be in the McDonald Theatre lobby at 6 p.m. Cookies will be served.

The Curtis Lecture on Public Leadership is designed to engage ߲ݴý students with the challenges, opportunities, and need for leadership in a democratic society.