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EWTG Mini-course Announcement - June 13, 2012
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June 13th Mini-Course
    Leadership Jeopardy! 
Audrey Selden, Deputy Commissioner for the Compliance Division
Texas Department of Insurance
By: Connie Williams, EWTG Mini-Course Director 
And the answer is:
            The nation’s longest running women’s leadership program.
What is Leadership Texas? Audrey Selden, Vice-President of the Board of Directors for Women’s Resources, will provide information about Leadership Texas, a year-long, five-Texas city leadership journey. She will share strategies for a successful application, highlight scholarship opportunities, and provide an update about the 30th Leadership Texas Anniversary celebration. You’ll learn about several Women’s Resources leadership programs and the special connection to the EWTG founders and Leadership Texas. Join us for a round of Leadership Jeopardy. Don’t forget to provide your response in the form of a question.
Audrey Selden is the Deputy Commissioner for the Compliance Division at the Texas Department of Insurance (TDI). She oversees the Consumer Protection, Enforcement, and Fraud sections.  She chairs the Texas State Disaster Coalition and leads the agency’s disaster response efforts. She served as Texas Assistant Secretary of State from 1991 to 1994.  Audrey has more than 20 years experience in the public sector. 
After graduating from Harvard Law School in 1986, Audrey clerked for U.S. District Judge William Wayne Justice. Her additional work experience includes private practice as a litigator, college instructor, and university administration. She received her bachelor’s and master’s degrees from Michigan State University.
Audrey is a graduate of Leadership Texas and Leadership America, Vice President of the Board of Directors for the Foundation for Women’s Resources, an Affiliates committee member of Executive Women in Texas Government, and a Board Development Committee member of the Girl Scouts of Central Texas Council.
Audrey received the 2010 YWCA Woman of the Year for Racial Justice. The Austin Ballet honored Audrey in 2001 with a “Women on Their Toes” award for outstanding volunteer service. She received the 1997 Ma Ferguson Award for Excellence in the Public Sector.
The mini-course begins at 11:30 AM and the program begins at noon, ending promptly at 1 PM. The mini-course will be at the Carver Branch Library, 1161 Angelina, eight blocks east of I-35 just off East 11th Street. EWTG will provide terrific pizza, loads of fresh green salad, dessert and drinks for $10, or you can bring your own. RSVP here to insure you get both a chair and lunch.

Make a commitment to increase your executive skills by attending every EWTG mini-course on second Wednesdays through the month of October. The mini-courses provide benefits to your organization including better trained leaders, teams, and a commitment to organizational excellence. EWTG mini-courses and luncheons can also count toward state employees’ annual training hours. When you register, click the specified box to receive a “certificate of attendance.” You can enjoy a nice, quiet, and catered meal with friends and colleagues while building a new portfolio for your enhanced skills.

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