NYULYP January General Body Meeting: Leadership in the Movement
Tuesday, January 15, 2013 from 6:30 PM to 8:30 PM (EST)
New York, NY
Have you ever considered taking on a leadership role but needed a better understanding of what it takes to be a YP leader? Have you ever been curious as to how the governing body makes decisions for the NYULYP? Or do you just have questions you would like to pose about the NYULYP, how it operates, and what it’s future goals are? January 15th is your opportunity to discuss those questions, weigh in with your thoughts, and learn how you might expand your role in the movement.
This meeting will include guest speaker Wanda Jackson, Senior Vice President, Human Resources, Chief Talent Officer, National Urban League. Ms. Jackson plays a key role in the management of the League's leadership development programs, and the exposure of young talent to the non-profit sector through the highly competitive Urban League Summer Internship Program. Committed to the helping people find employment, she manages the League's Annual Conference Career Fair, and is chiefly responsible for the JobsNetwork, an electronic job board.
Join us for the post meeting social at Vermilion Restaurant & Lounge, 480 Lexington Avenue between 46th and 47th Streets.
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New York Urban League Young Professionals
The New York Urban League Young Professionals (NYULYP) is a unique entity of the New York Urban League designed to serve as an empowerment forum for individuals ages twenty-one to forty that live and work throughout the five boroughs of New York City.
This premier civil rights auxiliary group works to promote and support the mission of the New York Urban League by training the next generation of leaders through volunteer opportunities, personal and professional development and fund development. Founded April 1, 2003, the NYULYP is one of 57 chapters of the National Urban League Young Professionals. This deeply rooted movement serves as a network of young professionals across the country that works to eradicate social and economic inequalities through the local implementation of the National Urban League’s empowerment agenda.