IU President Pamela Whitten shares views at Becky Skillman Leadership Institute

BEDFORD – Indiana University President Pamela Whitten spoke at the Becky Skillman Leadership Institute in Bedford on Thursday, October 20th, on how IU and local communities can work together on a shared vision for more jobs with better pay, enhanced educational and cultural opportunities, and healthier, happier Hoosiers.

The event was held at the Boys & Girls Club of Lawrence County. All proceeds were donated to the Club.

IU President Whitten speaks to a room of people in business attire on a podium in front of an Indiana flag at the Becky Skillman Leadership Institute in Bedford, IN.
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The Becky Skillman Leadership Institute was started to encourage leaders to aim higher, inspire others, maximize their potential, and express leadership in its truest form – through service.

Whitten is the 19th IU president and the first woman to lead IU, a world-class public research university with seven campuses around the state. She is an internationally recognized expert in the field of telemedicine, holding a Ph.D. in communication studies and a Master of Arts in communication.

A panel of Lawrence County natives including JR Homes, Kip Chase, and Cody Medlock who have excelled in their careers also offered their perspectives

IU President Whitten stands on a basketball chatting with former Indiana Lieutenant Governor Becky Skillman and a man in a suit. Behind them people in business attire are sitting at tables eating.
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