The compounding effect of the global pandemic, declining enrollments, increasing expenses, escalating tuition discounts, long-anticipated generational shifts, and extraordinary social justice unrest has sparked a galvanizing moment for higher education. Strategic governing boards and institutional executives must shape transformative change. More than ever before, diverse members of the AGB community share a common imperative: BREAKTHROUGH.
All the elements of a conference—convening online.
In 2021, the National Conference on Trusteeship will be hosted on a powerful virtual event platform trusted by institutions, large companies, and even the United Nations.
The 2021 Conference will include:
- Continuous networking through messaging, one-on-one sessions, chat rooms with speakers, facilitated working groups, and virtual roundtable sessions
- Essential content from recognized experts, including keynotes, plenary sessions, more than 70 concurrent sessions, small group discussions, and community convenings specifically designed for undergraduate colleges, regional universities, multi-campus systems, research universities, community colleges, special focus institutions, HBCUs, Catholic colleges and universities, institutionally related foundations, LGBTQIA members, student trustees, and presidents
- Immersive content and learning with dedicated session pages, live-stream video, live chats, Q&A sessions, and polling
Don’t picture the conference as a series of video calls. It will take place within a complete, virtual conference environment.
Register now and lock in early bird pricing.
Reserve your spot now. Space is limited in each virtual session and early bird pricing expires on December 18, 2020.
*Five or more, members only. All members in the group must be registered at the same time.
“Relevance is the word that comes to mind when I think of AGB conferences and materials. The session topics are thoughtful, strategic, and helpful. Higher education is in a constant state of evolution and AGB helps its members deal with the changes and advises how to navigate all of the complexities.”
President, George Mason University Foundation and Vice President, George Mason University