Communication Across Difference

Presented by Dr. Caitlin Bletscher - Assistant Professor of Community Development at WSU Vancouver in the Departments of Human Development & Crop/Soil Sciences

Leadership of the Future

Presented by Debbie Heiser, founder & CEO of Lead Your Life with Debbie Heiser

Collaboration Series

Presented by The William D. Ruckelshaus Center,
a joint public policy effort of Washington State University and University of Washington

Communication Series

Presented by Dr. Rachelle Strawther, Director of Leadership Training and Development

School of Leadership Studies at Gonzaga University

Tune-Up Tuesday's

Parliamentary Procedure

Ben Cochrane, Cochrane Sons Farms, AgForestry Class 41

Boardsmanship Training

Terry Hejny is the Director of the Nebraska LEAD Program and the President and Chief Operating Officer of the Nebraska Agricultural Leadership Council.

2020 Webinar Series

Nathan Stacey is a Postdoctoral Research Associate in Washington State University’s Center for Sustaining Agriculture and Natural Resources. He has a Ph.D. in Soil Science from Washington State University and conducts field research that evaluates various recycled organic materials as soil amendments. Nate frequently creates and participates in educational programming for farmers, gardeners, and professionals and is particularly interested in understanding and improving urban and agricultural soil health.

Presented by Dr. Walter S. Sheppard; Entomology Department Chair Professor, Graduate Faculty Apiculturist, Thurber Memorial Chair at Washington State University
Thank you to Washington State Senator Judy Warnick & Senator Kevin Van De Wege for joining us.
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Kyle Garrison is an ungulate specialist for the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife. Kyle grew up in central Montana, where seemingly endless outdoor recreation, fishing, and hunting opportunities instilled a passion for conservation and interest in wildlife management. Kyle studied wildlife biology at the University of Montana and at New Mexico State University, where his master’s thesis focused on desert bighorn sheep ecology. Kyle has worked with a variety of wildlife but his passion has always been ungulates (hoofed mammals like deer and elk). In Washington, Kyle has worked on bighorn sheep, deer, and elk research and management with a current focus on elk management.