Former Atlanta Mayor Shirley Franklin will share her thoughts on leadership during Kennesaw State University’s 13th Annual “Lessons in Leadership” forum.
Scheduled for Feb. 28 at the Cobb Energy Centre, “Lessons in Leadership” is a free networking event presented by the Executive MBA Program at KSU’s Coles College of Business, university spokesman Robert S. Godlewski said.
It features prominent business leaders in a panel discussion on various leadership topics.
Kennesaw State Provost and Vice President Academic Affairs W. Ken Harmon will moderate this year’s “Think Globally, Act Locally” forum.
In addition to Franklin, Ted’s Montana Grill co-founder George McKerrow, AT&T senior vice president of retail sales operations Rudolph “Rudy” Hermond and NanoLumens senior vice president of sales and marketing Karen Robinson Cope will participate.
The three-hour forum begins at 5:30 p.m.