Thought Leadership Conference 2023

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Thought Leadership Conference 2023

The Conference That Build's A Connected Culture Learn More at:

By South Bend Community School Corporation

When and where


Lerner Theater 410 S Main St. 410 South Main Street Elkhart, IN 46516

Refund Policy

No Refunds

About this event

  • 1 day 12 hours
  • Mobile eTicket

Grow, network, and strategize on the systems needed to develop a culture of inclusion and belonging in your organization and community.

What Makes This Conference Unique

During the conference, you’ll hear from and network with some of the foremost thought leaders on social justice, intercultural relationships, and organizational development.

  • Attract top talent to your organization
  • Become an advocate for employees, students, and communities
  • Innovate solutions to address complex cultural challenges
  • Connect with global leaders to expand perspectives
  • Improve economic development opportunities for everyone
  • Connect businesses, schools, and families to create cultural synergy

Who Should Attend

Thought Leaders who want to work together to create a connected culture of inclusion, diversity, and equity in their organizations and communities. Anyone who wants to collaborate across sectors to enact social change.

  • Industry Leaders
  • Teachers, Professors
  • Youth Leaders
  • Civic & Government Leaders
  • School Administrators
  • Executive Directors
  • Nonprofits
  • Clergy

The ONLY Conference Focused on InterculturalRelations

We bring together businesses, educational institutions, and nonprofits to network and collaborate on the most pressing topics facing organizations today.

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8:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Day One

About the organizer

The South Bend Community School Corporation operates the public schools in South Bend, Indiana, and is one of the largest school corporations in Indiana, with a total of 34 schools. It serves most of South Bend, Indian Village, Notre Dame, and Roseland, as well as portions of Granger and Mishawaka.