2019 Region VIII Leadership Institute: "The Evolving Partnership Shapes The Progressive Leader"
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2019 Region VIII Leadership Institute:

10/5/2019
When: 10/05/2019
8:30 AM
Where: Lewis Katz School Of Medicine (Temple University)
Contact: Mildred Randolph


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SNMA Region VIII

REGIONAL LEADERSHIP INSTITUTE (RLI) PROGRAM

" The Evolving Partnership Shapes The Progressive Leader"

October 5, 2019

Hosted by Lewis Katz School Of Medicine - Temple Medicine

The Student National Medical Association (SNMA) Region VIII 2019 Regional Leadership Institute (RLI) is being held at Lewis Katz School of Medicine (Temple), in Philadelphia, PA.

The RLI was established within SNMA to enhance the leadership skills of the current chapter and SNMA officers within the region, although attendance is open to all students. This year’s RLI workshops are designed to focus on effective leadership development and preservation, for future leadership, along with exercising team-building and communication skills. This RLI will conclude with a Region VIII Meeting, where we will discuss the pertinent officer expectations, and Regional programming updates. RLI is a sanctioned event for chapter leaders, however, All students are welcome to attend RLI.

 

If you hold a chapter leader position, please note:

While RLI is mandatory for ALL chapter leaders and ALL chapter leaders should be in attendance, each SNMA/MAPS chapter should have representation for the following positions: Chapter President, Vice President, Treasurer, MAPS Liaison (only SNMA chapters) and Parliamentarian. (The following positions are highly encouraged secretary, fundraising chairs and community service chairs). If a chapter has less than 3 delegates present, the chapter will accrue a fine for the SNMA 2019-2020 fiscal year. [$100/SNMA chapter $50/MAPS]


*If your chapter has difficulty meeting this stipulation please contact your respective liaisons Toni (Region8presidents@snma.org) or Ashley (Region8MAPS@snma.org), Regional Secretary, Mildred Randolph (Region8secretary@snma.org) or the Regional Director, Sahlia Joseph-Pauline (Region8director@snma.org).

 

MEETING LOCATION

All program activities will be held at:

 

Lewis Katz School of Medicine at Temple University
Medicine Education & Research Building (MERB)
3500 N. Broad St., Philadelphia, PA 19140

8:30 AM to 5:00 PM

A detailed schedule will be circulated prior to the meeting.

LODGING

Student – host housing click HERE

*Please inquire about other options if Student-hosting is not preferred*

**Agenda**

8:15 am: Breakfast & Registration – 2nd floor foyer/balcony

 

9:00 am: Welcome Address – room 305

Dr. Cosby, SNMA Temple advisor & Dr. Reeves

 

9:45 am: SNMA 101: “ The Makings of an Organization” - room 305

 Sahlia Joseph-Pauline, Regional Director & Kiara Smith; National Membership Chair

 

10:30 am: “Leadership Across Pipeline: From MAPS to SNMA” - room 305 (SNMA Leadership Plenary)

Johnothan Smileye Jr., SNMA National Chair

 

11:15 am: Drive The Boat: “Learning to Collaborate with Different Leaders”

Leadership activity Breakout session I -room

 

12:00 am: Lunch (SNMA-MAPS chapter pair) – room 219

*Regional Photo *

 

1:00 pm: “From Good to Great: A Journey to Becoming an Effective Leader

Keynote Address: Dr. Ellen N. Pritchett, MD, Temple Dermatology

 

2:00 pm: Position specific-Breakout session

“Premedical Suite” room 342 – MAPS

Ashley Pinckney, MAPS liaison and Jared Jeffrey, regional website & premedical representative

“SNMA Presidential Suite” – room 317 A

Oluwatoni Okuboyejo, Chapter President to the REC and Tori Owens, Community Service Chair

“The Money Makers” – room 317 B

Kingsley, regional treasurer, Sabrina billings, fundraising chair, Jeh Belange, fundraising chair

“Bound By The law” – room 319 A

Chantel Thompson, Associate Regional Director

 

2:00 pm: “Developing Your Passion for Leadership: Finding Balance Through Your Journey in Medicine” - room 217

Adys Mendizabal, MD University of Pennsylvania resident (Neurology) & Adib Rushdan, MD -Drexel University resident (Family Medicine)

 

3:00 pm: “Keeping Up With The Roberts: Step 1 to Leadership”

Roberts Rule of Order Plenary - room 305

Chantel Thompson, Assoc. Regional Director

 

3:30 pm: Business meeting – room 305

 

GETTING THERE

 

Driving

From West via PA Turnpike or Schuylkill Expressway:

Take Turnpike to Exit 326 (Philadelphia/Valley Forge) then follow I-76 (Schuylkill Expressway) approximately 10 miles to Route 1 North (Roosevelt Boulevard). Take Route 1 North 2 miles to Broad Street exit. Follow exit ramp 2 blocks to Broad Street and turn right (Route 611 South). Proceed 3/4 mile to Health Sciences Center Campus.

From Northeast via PA Turnpike or Roosevelt Boulevard:

From PA Turnpike take Exit 351. Follow Route 1 South (Roosevelt Boulevard) approximately 10 miles (stay in right hand lanes) to Broad Street exit. Follow exit 1/2 mile to Broad Street and turn left (Route 611 South). Continue for approximately 3/4 mile to Health Sciences Center Campus.

From North via I-95:

Take Route 95 South to Cottman Avenue exit (Route 73 West). At bottom of ramp, continue through the intersection and follow signs for Route 73 West; this puts you on Cottman Avenue (Route 73 West). Follow Cottman Avenue for 2 miles to Roosevelt Boulevard (Route 1 South). Turn left on Route 1 South and go approximately 5 miles (stay in right hand lanes) to Broad Street exit. Follow exit 1/2 mile to Broad Street and turn left (Route 611 South). Continue for approximately 3/4 mile to the Health Sciences Center Campus.

(Note: The I-95 Cottman Avenue Exit is currently closed for construction. The directions above provide an accessible route for patients and visitors coming from the North via I-95.)

From South via I-95:

Take Exit 22 (Route 676/Center City) and merge right onto Callowhill Street. Stay in right hand lanes and follow Callowhill Street for 1 mile to Broad Street. Turn right on Broad Street and go approximately 4 miles (32 blocks) to the Health Sciences Center Campus.

From NJ Turnpike:

Take NJ Turnpike to Exit 6; follow signs for PA Turnpike. Once on PA Turnpike, follow directions given "From Northeast."

From Cherry Hill, NJ area:

Take Route 70 or Route 38 West to overpass for Route 30 West (Admiral Wilson Boulevard). Take Admiral Wilson Boulevard approximately 2 miles to Benjamin Franklin Bridge. Once over bridge, follow signs for Vine Street/Local Traffic. Stay in "local traffic" lanes approximately 1 mile (8 blocks) to Broad Street (14th Street). Make a right onto Broad Street and go approximately 4 miles (33 blocks) to the Health Sciences Center Campus.

From NJ Shore Points:

Take Atlantic City Expressway to Route 42 North. On Route 42 North, go approximately 10 miles to Route 676. Take Route 676 approximately 3.5 miles to Benjamin Franklin Bridge. Once across bridge, follow directions "From Cherry Hill, NJ Area."

Public Transportation

From the Airport:

Take the SEPTA Airport Line to Suburban Station (15th Street). Follow signs to City Hall via the underground concourse. From City Hall, take public transportation as listed below.

From City Hall:

Take the Broad Street subway local train to Allegheny Avenue. From Allegheny Avenue, walk 2 blocks north on Broad Street to the Health Sciences Center Campus.

Or take the Cheltenham/Ogontz "C" bus north on Broad Street; it stops directly in front of the Hospital. Get on the bus at Broad Street between Market and Chestnut Streets, or at Broad and Arch Streets.

Meeting Program Notes

·    Breakfast & Lunch will be available at the meeting.  Other meals are on-your-own.

·     Business dress is expected at RLI sessions.

We hope to see you there!



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