Otterbein University is hosting the Ross Leadership Institute Series, a professional development opportunity that is free and open to the public.
Guy Worley, President/CEO, Downtown Columbus
Date: Tuesday, April 18
Where: Otterbein University - Roush Hall, Rm 114
27 South Grove Street, Westerville, OH 43081
RSVP: Admission is FREE, but pre-registration is required for this event. To register, visit our registration page or email Debbie@RossLeadership.com.
The Ross Leadership Institute is dedicated to raising the quality of leadership in business, education, nonprofit and government organizations. By bringing together proven leaders, we provide focused responses to critical leadership needs through a variety of resources, including: leadership developments programs, courses, consulting, coaching, and presentations. That includes coordinating and guiding an organization's overall leadership development efforts.
April 18 - Guy Worley, President/CEO, Downtown Columbus
June 20 - Tom Feeney, President/CEO, Safelite
July 18 - TaKeysha Cheney, Director of Community Engagement, Molina Healthcare of Ohio*
Aug. 15 - Elfi DiBella, President and CEO, YWCA Columbus*
Sept. 19 - Craig Marshal, Columbus Office Managing Partner, Ernst & Young*
Oct. 17 - Doug Kridler, President and CEO, The Columbus Foundation
Nov. 21 - Tara Abraham, Chair and Co-CEO, Accel, Inc.*
*serve on Otterbein President Kathy Krendl’s Otterbein Women’s Leadership Advisory Network Council
About the Ross Leadership Institute
Founded in 2012, the Ross Leadership Institute is named in honor of two leaders who have had a major impact on our community, Richard M. “Dick” and Elizabeth M. “Libby” Ross.
Dick Ross was president of Ross Labs, the nation’s leading manufacturer of infant formula, which began as a family business, M & R Dietetic, founded by his father Stanley along with Harry Moore in 1903. Together, Dick and Libby demonstrated tremendous leadership in the arts, education and heath care. The served on many boards and were leading philanthropists in the central Ohio community. They received the Ohio Arts Council Governor’s Award in 1991. After her husband’s death, Libby continued her community leadership and received the Columbus Foundation’s Harrison M. Sayre Award in 1999.
In addition to the lecture series, the Ross Leadership Institute offers daily Leadership Minutes and leadership development programs, courses, coaching, consulting and presentations. Learn more at www.rossleadership.com.