Next Generation Leadership: Creating Connections and Building Bridges

Start Friday, August 01, 2014 8:00 AM

End Saturday, August 02, 2014 5:00 PM

On Friday and Saturday, August 1st & 2nd, 2014, the Laotian American National Alliance will hold a leadership conference in the exciting city of Atlanta, Georgia.

The theme of the conference is "Next Generation Leadership: Creating Connections and Building Bridges." The purpose of the conference is to inspire the individual, organization, and community to action by working together in shaping the future for the younger generation. There will be lively presentations, discussions and demonstrations.

Here are the variety of workshops that will be offered: Culture Lost in Translation, Crime and Punishment, Education: Data and Dreams, Fight Back Against a Silent Killer, Cultural Identity, National and Community Development, Opportunities Beyond High School, Cultural Preservation: Arts and Music, Entrepreneurship 101: Step by Step, Youth Leadership Initiative, Civic Engagement: Voting, Immigration, and Education, Self-Defense and Anti-bullying: Safety for all, Next Generation Leadership: Creating Connections and Building Bridges.

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55 Glenlake Parkway
Atlanta, GA 85365

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Anasone Silivongxay, Chair


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