Would you take a leadership position at a high visibility organization that has seen its problems in the headlines of every major newspaper? What would it take to convince you to accept a position where the world is watching and looking for fast improvements to long standing problems? Would being called to testify before Congress cause you stress? Could your belief in the mission of the organization overcome the risk of taking such a job? Do you have the leadership skills and intestinal fortitude for such a job?
Ms. Kathryn A. Condon took such a job in June 2010 as the Executive Director, Army National Military Cemeteries. She is responsible for both long-term planning and day-to-day administration and operations of Arlington National Cemetery and the U.S. Soldiers' and Airmen's Home National Cemetery. She has testified before Congress many times and the Government Accountability Office reported that significant progress that has been made since she took the job. .
Hear how one brave woman approached her leadership challenges, more about Arlington Cemetery and its future! on Jan 30th, 2013, 6-8 pm at this DC/SLA program at the NPR (National Public Radio) offices, 635 Massachusetts Ave NW, Washington, DC.
Date: January 30, 2013 6-8 pm
Location: NPR Massachusetts Ave NW, Washington, DC.
Closest Metro: Gallery Place/Chinatown (Yellow & Green lines) or Mount Vernon Square (Red line)
Price: Student/Retired/Unemployed: $8
Questions contact: Sharon Lenius at email@example.com