TEDxTempleU - Elizabeth Housholder - A Responsible Freedom April 23, 2011
ELIZABETH HOUSHOLDER came to Temple University as the first program director for the Office of Leadership Development, and now also works as an adjunct faculty member in the Department of Strategic Communication. Her list of experience and accomplishments is long, including work at Miami University (OH) and Xavier University, a position as associate editor of Greater Fort Wayne Family magazine, and internships in the Office of US Senator Evan Bayh and with Dekko Foundation. Elizabeth earned her BA (magna cum laude) from Hanover College and her MS from Miami University. In Fall '11, she will begin a doctoral program in Educational Administration at Temple.
In her TEDxTalk, Elizabeth challenges her audience to become leaders who live and lead with integrity and meaning. She explains how many people view the world through a cycle of cynicism, and how tomorrow's leaders will instead view the world through a cycle of hope and a focus on core personal values.
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