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Get off to a fast start this year by persuasively
and strategically making the case at your college for a renewed or expanded
focus on entrepreneurship!
Ron Thomas, NACCE Board Chair and President, Dakota County Technical College (DCTC), MN
J. Noah Brown, President & CEO, Association of
Community College Trustees (ACCT), DC
We've asked two of our most successful members and
advisors to provide insider tips on how you can influence decision makers at
your school and get rock-solid commitment to entrepreneurship.
In this high-content session you'll learn:
- Why having your president on board is crucial: and how to get his or her attention, now.
- How others have made the case at their institutions and inspired fast commitment.
- How to get and keep entrepreneurship top-of-mind at your college.
- The most practical ways to make the case and get started at the same time.
- How to successfully involve your boards, trustees, and foundations.
we've learned to date from our successful Presidents for
Entrepreneurship Forum and how this can and will impact your efforts
Ronald E. Thomas
- An Illinois native, Ron Thomas has a Ph.D. in education from
Southern Illinois University Carbondale. Thomas served as dean and interim
president at Rochester Community and Technical College before accepting the
presidency at Coffeyville Community College. He became president of Dakota
County Technical College in 1999.
Thomas resides with his wife, Ann, in Lakeville, Minn. The
couple’s daughter, Taylor, 19, is a sophomore at Northwestern University,
majoring in journalism and economics.
Noah Brown was named the fourth president and chief executive officer of the
Association of Community College Trustees (ACCT) by the association’s Board of
Directors on October 1, 2005. An experienced association executive specializing
in public policy, legislative advocacy, and strategic planning, Noah is a
nationally recognized authority on community college governance, a contributor
to national publications, and a speaker on a broad range of topics to large
audiences. His experience spans more than 30 years in the nation’s capital
working in the nonprofit sector.