From The Chair Academy

Dear Colleague,


On behalf of the Chair Academy and Mesa Community College (who are serving as our 2013 conference hosts) we would like to personally extend an invitation to you, and the leaders in your organization, to consider presenting a concurrent or roundtable session at our 22nd Annual International Leadership Conference.

The Chair Academy conference is scheduled for April 4-7, 2013 in Phoenix, Arizona. Approximately 600 leaders from colleges and universities, throughout North America and abroad, will attend this leadership conference. 

The Chair Academy hopes you will consider submitting a concurrent or roundtable presentation proposal. By clicking the link below you can learn all the details about presenting at the conference. You can also see many of the other exciting events we are planning for the Conference.

http://www.chairacademy.com/conference/2013/conf_2013.html

We ask that you share this Call for Proposals with any faculty, department chairs, deans, vice-presidents, and other leaders, within your organization, who may be interested in presenting or attending the conference!

Learn about the conference and submit a proposal. 
Click on the link below and select the Call for Proposals tab on the left side of the page:
http://www.chairacademy.com/conference/2013/conf_2013.html

One of the highest levels of recognition a person can receive is to be honored by a fellow colleague. We ask that you also consider nominating a leader or group of leaders for our Exemplary Leadership Award.

Nominate an Exemplary Leader.
Click on the link below and select the Exemplary Leader tab on the left side of the page:
http://www.chairacademy.com/conference/2013/conf_2013.html

We look forward to your participation in our 22nd Annual International Leadership Conference.
Please feel free to contact anyone on the Chair Academy team if you have any additional questions.

Thanks for your time. We look forward to hearing from you.

Sincerely,
The Chair Academy Team
www.chairacademy.com

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