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Deans, Directors, and Chairs
Networking Dinner
 

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When: Friday, October 13| 19:30 - 21:30
Where: Scheltema
Ticket Price: ILA members - $75 | non-members - $99
South-Eastern Finland University of Applied Sciences - XAMK Thank you to South-Eastern Finland University of Applied Sciences - XAMK for being a Gold Sponsor
& sponsoring this event!

A short stroll through the streets of Brussels and you will arrive at Scheltema (http://www.scheltema.be/en/), known for its seafood specialties and turn of the century pub ambiance, the Scheltema has been an institution in the Ilôt Sacré area since 1972. The menu for this evening will include a glass of cava on arrival, rosette of smoked duck breast fillet and mangoes or crab ravioli served with lobster sauce and white butter sauce for first course, roast tender medaillon of lamb in basil cream sauce and tomato grilled with thyme or rolled baby soles and scampi flavoured with white truffle oil, for the main course, a choice of dessert, coffee and sweets, and Saint-Véran – Louis Latour and Sancerre rouge – Loire wines. The event will be in their second floor private dining room with its own kitchen to serve the group, creating the space for quiet conversation and in-depth networking with colleagues.

About AMANUEL MELLES

Amanuel Melles is the President of InterChange, the International Peacebuilding Institute and serves as the co-convener of the International Leadership Association's Peace Leadership Affinity Group. He co-founded the Toronto Peacebuilding Network, the Selam Peacebuilding Network, and Canadians for Peace and Development in Eritrea. Aman led the design and implementation of the Building Bridges Horn of Africa Communities Peacebuilding Program in Toronto. He is the Principal of Aman Consulting. A multi-lingual social entrepreneur, Aman has over 22 years of management and senior management experience in various sub-sectors: settlement and immigration, community health, social services, nonprofit sector capacity and grantmaking. His expertise and experience spans non-profit organizational resilience, systems change, community-based peacebuilding, diversity and inclusion planning, evaluation capacity building, leadership development, and advocacy in mental health, refugees, and prevention of violence against women. Aman is a former marine ecologist with research and teaching experience in several African, Gulf Arab and European countries.

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About WHITNEY MCINTYRE MILLER

Whitney McIntyre Miller is an Assistant Professor of Leadership Studies at Chapman University. Whitney received her Ph.D. in Leadership Studies from the University of San Diego, and centers her research around peace leadership and issues of community development and leadership, with a particular focus on postconflict societies. Whitney has researched and worked in Sierra Leone and Bosnia-Herzegovina, and has also lived in Russia. She has traveled to over 40 countries for work, study, and leisure. She has also worked in the areas of international development, refugee return and resettlement, nonviolence, elections monitoring, and community development. Whitney has served for the past several years as the co-convener of the International Leadership Association's Peace Leadership Affinity Group.

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About PAUL KOSEMPEL

Paul Kosempel is currently Teaching Associate Professor in leadership studies at the University of Denver (DU) as well as Interim Director of the Pioneer Leadership Program. Paul joined the faculty in 2007, and soon after received his PhD in interpersonal communication from DU. His professional experience includes over twenty years in higher education in various capacities including career development, leadership development, and operations management. He is co-convener of ILA's Sustainability Leadership Learning Community. His research interests include leadership and sustainability, assessment of leadership learning outcomes, and mentoring and leadership. He is also part-owner of the Green Bay Packers Football Team.

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About CHARLES DAVID TAUBER

Charles David Tauber, M.D. is a founder of the Coalition for Work with Psychotrauma and Peace and has been its Head of Mission for Southeast Europe since 1995. He developed Pragmatic Empowerment Training (PET), a participatory course in communication, psychology, civil society, non-violent conflict transformation, and human rights for people without previous education in these fields. He has given therapy and supervision to victims of war. Previously, Tauber worked with various groups in The Netherlands, assisting asylum seekers and refugees and lay volunteers. He grew up in the USA, where he worked with environmental and peace groups starting in 1966.

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About SANDRA MARIĆ

Sandra Marić, grew up and studied in Zagreb, Croatia. Before joining to the Coalition for Work with Psychodrama and Peace as Deputy Head of Mission for Southeast Europe in 2006, she worked extensively with children and young people in eastern Croatia. Sandra holds a Masters in Sociology from the University of Zagreb. Her role with the Coalition includes therapy, research, writing, and a wide variety of other Coalition tasks.

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