Chautauqua Institution’s Muscular Civil Dialogue Initiative

Friday, August 11, 2017

Location Elizabeth S. Lenna Hall (simulcast online)

The 90-minute session will help Chautauquans to develop a greater understanding and appreciation of what a muscular civil dialogue looks like and how they can practice and further develop their civil dialogue mission and capacities. For those who cannot attend in-person, the program will be livestreamed on Facebook. There will be opportunities for questions and interaction following the team’s presentation.

President Eileen Aranda, Claremont Lincoln University

Dr. Aranda is the second president of Claremont Lincoln University. She spent many years as a management consultant focused on facilitation of the strategic management process, development and implementation of organization change efforts, assessment and mediation of internal organization problems and management team development. She holds an MBA and Ph.D. with an emphasis in strategic management and organizational development from University of Washington and is co-author of Teams: Structure, Process, Culture, and Politics (Prentice Hall, 1998).

Dean David Carter, Claremont Lincoln University

Dr. Carter is an executive trainer, professional speaker, and best-selling author. An experienced educator for several institutions, businesses, and non-profit organizations, he has also served in the United States Air Force as a combat engineer, as a Kansas police officer, and as an education technician for the National Park Service.

Claremont Lincoln University is a nonprofit, graduate educational institution offering online master’s degrees and certificate programs in Ethical Leadership, Social Impact and Interfaith Action all focused on providing the knowledge, critical perspectives and leadership engagement skills to create sustainable social change in any environment.