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Polarization in Politics: Building Consensus
and Civility 

Thursday, February 19th ~ 2:00pm - 4:00pm


Polarization in Politics


Do people want irresolute political leaders tied to principle, gridlock and polarization, or are compromise, civility and consensus the objectives? Our next Leadership program will bring together a diverse group of legislators and political analysts to examine the unfolding landscape of partisan politics and how it is impacting the next generation of political leaders.

The program, entitled Polarization in Politics: Building Consensus and Civility is designed for current and emerging public and private leaders, as well as those who are interested in envisioning the future of the US political system. This module will focus on ethical leaders, the challenges they face, avenues to success, and tools necessary to be an ethical leader, as well as help to generate an awareness of civility as a cultural norm and inspire attendees to enhance their ethical and visionary leadership skills.

Our panelists include: Terry Madonna, Director of the Center for Politics and Public Affairs at Franklin and Marshall College; US Rep. Ryan Costello, Pennsylvania 6th District; Rep. Margo Davidson, 164th Legislative District; Rohan K. Hepkins, Mayor of the Borough of Yeadon; Rep. Jamie Santora, 163rd Legislative District; and Sen. Tom McGarrigle, 26th Legislative District.
Attorneys who attend this program can earn two CLE credits, and accountants can earn two CPE credits.


For further information and/or to register online, please visit Neumann's Center for Community Leadership Development and Entrepreneurship web page.



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