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Governor Palin to Speak on Women’s Leadership Issues in February





Via the Midland Reporter-Telegram

Vocal conservative commentator and former Alaska governor Sarah Palin, will share her take on women’s leadership issues during a visit to  the Permian Basin next year.

The John Ben Shepperd Public Leadership Institute’s Distinguished Lecture Series is bringing Palin to the Wagner Noel Performing Arts Center on Feb. 12 at 7 p.m. The lecture, “Groundbreakers, mavericks and trailblazers: How women are showing 21st century leadership,” is free and open to the public.

“What better example than Sarah Palin to come to us to talk about typical challenges and barriers, and how to break them down and show the example of demonstrated leadership in action?” said institute Executive Director Bob Brescia. “I thought Sarah Palin was a good exemplar of that.”

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Brescia said choosing Palin wasn’t about how much she’s appeared in the news, but about her leadership abilities, which she has demonstrated consistently, both while in office and since then as she has been able to “mobilize commitment over a shared goal.”

“In order to mobilize commitment in today’s world, young people, who tend to gravitate toward the channels of social media, you have to be present where they’re present,” he said. “Sarah is present. You don’t have to go far to look for Sarah Palin.”

Read more on the event here.



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  • Reynolds88

    Looks like Sarah Palin is goin to TEXAS! And right in the backyard of GWB! I wonder if the matriarch (Barabra Bush) is going to start fluffing her nest again for Jebbers? Can’t wait to hear BBush with another snide remark like Sarah Palin should go back to Alaska! (check out the comments in the Midland Paper, someone was wishing for a tornado and not in a good way, for that night). I think it was an earthquake that was needed in 2012… and we aren’t too far from that happening this time!

    Anyway, it was nice to see the introduction in the paper focused on content! I sure do love it when Sarah Palin does what she is so expert at doing. Maybe old Jebbers could learn something about energy, personal and political energy that he has been lacking for the last 6 years and commercial energy resources.

    I think Jeb’s motto is "drill elswhere" (not FLA) and like his mom, he wants send Sarah Palin to go elsewhere, too! How cute, Jeb and his Mom think alike. He is just like a boy with no backbone. Darn I would love to see Sarah Palin get in the mix with those frat boys (in 2016) and show em, again, how to "fight like a girl"

  • Victoria Richardson

    This is Awesome News !! They couldn’t have picked a better person to talk about Women’s Leadership !!

  • Laddie_Blah_Blah

    "Brescia said choosing Palin wasn’t about how much she’s appeared in the news, but about her leadership abilities, which she has demonstrated consistently, both while in office and since then as she has been able to ‘mobilize commitment over a shared goal.’”

    I’ll say. A bit understated, but sometimes understatement makes the point best.

  • http://lenbilen.com/ Lennart Bilén

    The lecture, “Groundbreakers, mavericks and trailblazers: How women are showing 21st century leadership,”
    Excellent topic. Sarah Palin should know. She is all three, and more.
    Sarah Palin for President!!

  • DocBarry1

    Terrific news excellent choice

  • AmazedOne1

    Free and open to the public!

    • Reynolds88

      Wow. It is impressive to see Sarah Palin asked to speak. The first three listed there are/were bone-fide intellectual leaders and nearly all of them are/were known for their writing and commentaries. Thanks for the info, AO1!

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