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Purpose-driven leadership and marketing expert Ron Tite to headline SPN’s 30th Annual Meeting

Over the last few years, we’ve all been forced to react and respond to a dynamic environment that featured everything from a dismantled supply chain and virtual workplaces to more education options and an economy on the brink of disaster.

2022 is a new year, but how can we successfully navigate the new normal?

Answers and inspiration can be found at SPN’s 30th Annual Meeting. This year’s agenda is designed to equip state-based, state-focused organizations, leaders, and philanthropists to address the post-pandemic challenges of our world head on—and improve the lives of all Americans as a result. In just four days, you will be prepared to better anticipate obstacles and opportunities yet to come.

Who better to kickstart the discussion on moving from recovery to reinvention than purpose-driven leadership and marketing expert Ron Tite?

Every organization is wrestling with unclear and competing priorities and trying to make sense of the contradictions in what Americans want and expect. What do we, as mission-driven leaders and professionals, need to know to thrive in a world that has changed even more than we might have imagined a few short years ago? 

In his plenary session, Now What? Prioritizing Personal and Organizational Growth to Go from Recovery to Reinvention, Ron will teach us how to inspire, inform, and prepare ourselves and our organizations to pursue meaningful growth and make an impact in the current environment.

The founder of Church+State, an agency that helps global brands unify content and advertising, Ron has always blurred the lines between art and commerce. He has been an award-winning advertising writer and creative director for some of the world’s most respected brands. He has written for television; penned a children’s book; written, produced, and performed a hit play; created a branded art gallery; and was the executive producer and host of the award-winning comedy show, Monkey Toast. Ron is also the author of two books, Everyone’s An Artist (Or At Least They Should Be) and Think. Do. Say.: How to Seize Attention and Build Trust in a Busy, Busy World.

Great challenges always create great opportunities. And this opportunity, thanks to our presenting sponsor, the Walton Family Foundation, is a once-in-a-lifetime chance to reinvent and re-energize you, your team, and your business.

How to Attend

Participating in Ron’s keynote session is the first step to creating great opportunities for yourself and your organization. Interested? Mark your calendar, SPN’s 30th Annual Meeting will be in Atlanta, GA September 19-22, 2022. Registration opens in May.

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Organization: State Policy Network
Professional Topics: Leadership