2013 National Conference on Trusteeship
Thank you for a great conference!
Read Now! Highlights from the 2013 National Conference, including a summary of conference events, links to session presentations and handouts, and video clips from our plenary speakers.
Session presentations are now online! Please click here to check the session description for select PowerPoints, handouts, and videos.
Join us for future AGB's National Conferences on Trusteeship:
2014 – April 12-14 – The Peabody – Orlando, Florida
2015 – April 19-21 – Arizona Biltmore – Phoenix, Arizona
2016 – April 17-19 – National Harbor, Maryland
The 2013 AGB National Conference on Trusteeship looks at the big ideas and emerging trends that are transforming higher education and the responsibility of governing boards, together with institutional leaders, to lead effectively.
The only national gathering designed specifically for higher education boards and institutional leaders, the conference focuses on governance-related issues and provides opportunities to learn best practices, experience how other boards are addressing challenges, hear provocative talks by internationally recognized thought leaders, and engage with board members and leaders from across higher education.
Select keynote speakers at this year’s NCT include:
- Richard Chait, professor of higher education at the Harvard University School of Education, leading a panel on The Velocity and Trajectory of Change in Higher Education
- Roger W. Ferguson, Jr., president and chief executive officer, TIAA-CREF, speaking on The Changing Economy: How It's Reshaping the Board's Role
- Arthur Levine, president, The Woodrow Wilson National Fellowship Foundation,
speaking on Today’s College Students
- Robert Reich, former Secretary of Labor and professor of public policy,
University of California, Berkeley, speaking on Education for a Competitive Future
2013 Workshop for Board Professionals: April 19-21
2013 National Conference for Trusteeship: April 21-23
Both meetings will take place at the Hyatt Regency in San Francisco, CA.