Cornell Alumni Leadership Conference
Join Cornell alumni from all over the world in an important conversation about leadership and community taking place in Boston. This year, the annual conference is special: we are developing a long-term strategic plan, and we want to hear from you. Share your voice and your ideas!
Get your digital ticket to CALC for $20! Save your spot and see who’s coming.
Digital ticket registration
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Your digital ticket includes
Friday, February 8
Streamed live 3:30 p.m. – 4:45 p.m. EST
Welcome: Student Stories
Today’s Cornell students share their stories along with Ryan Lombardi, vice president for Student & Campus Life.
Saturday, February 9
Broadcast 12:00 p.m. – 12:45 p.m. EST
Breakout sessions 12:45 p.m. – 2:00 p.m. EST
Alumni Affairs Strategic Planning
You won’t want to miss this interactive session; we will start the broadcast promptly at noon. Associate vice president of Alumni Affairs Michelle Vaeth ’98 and Cornell Alumni Advisory Board (CAAB) Convener Kelly Brown ’88, MBA ’92 will present the draft Alumni Affairs strategic plan. Then online attendees break into smaller groups, and you will have an opportunity to give your input, thoughts, and ideas.
Training sessions available on-demand
Lead a Community: Reflection
Presented by Allan Filipowicz, clinical professor of organizations and associate dean for executive education, SC Johnson College of Business and Julie Vultaggio ’02.
Let’s Talk About Fundraising
Presented by Tom LaFalce ’94, acting director, Annual Giving Programs and Angie Giammarino, assistant director of marketing and participation for Annual Giving Programs.
Opportunities to connect and provide feedback
- Chat with Cornell staff, board members, and other online attendees during live conference sessions.
- Continue the conversation in the Cornell Alumni Network LinkedIn group.
- Participate in a live breakout session for digital participants. This breakout is your opportunity to provide your input the long-term alumni affairs strategic plan.