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Lunch with Leaders: Dr. LeeAnn Melin

Friday, April 15th, 12:00 p.m. Bruininks Hall Room 131B & Zoom

Dr. LeeAnn Melin is the Associate Vice Provost for Student Success at the University of Minnesota Twin Cities. She has served in a variety of leadership roles within higher education for the past 32 years. In her current role, she provides central leadership and coordination for undergraduate student support areas including academic advising, learning support services, student equity initiatives, and various central programs and efforts that promote student success. She has taught undergraduate classes through the Bakken Center for Spirituality & Healing and the University's Leadership Minor. LeeAnn earned her undergraduate degree from the College of Liberal Arts, a Masters of Public Administration from Northern Michigan University, and a Ph.D. in Higher Education from the U of M’s College of Education and Human Development.

Come or log in, eat, and chat about leadership! Hear about the journey of U of M alumni leaders, featuring a Q & A to answer your questions and create a deeper conversation about leadership.

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This event is available in-person and via Zoom. More information about Lunch with Leaders and Dr. LeeAnn Melin also be found at: https://lead.umn.edu/events/lunch-leaders

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