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SPCS Speakers Bureau

The School of Professional & Continuing Studies has several qualified faculty, staff and administrators knowledgeable on a variety of subjects. From politics, lifelong learning and creativity to education, economics and volcanoes, the SPCS Speakers Bureau is available for business meetings, guest lectures, workshops, professional and academic conferences and civic gatherings.

Our speakers enjoy sharing their expertise and experiences and volunteer their time to positively impact the Greater Richmond community. Let us know how we can help you meet your needs for professional speakers and presenters.

Speakers Bureau Members

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Web Manager, School of Professional & Continuing Studies
Adjunct Professor, Liberal Arts
Member, SPCS Speakers Bureau
Social Media Marketing in Higher Education
Professional Writing & Communication
Influence of Digital Algorithms
Academic Research & Writing
Associate Dean, Professional Education & Special Programs
Associate Professor, Continuing Studies
Member, SPCS Speakers Bureau
Climate Change
Earthquakes & Natural Disasters
Assistant Professor, Education
Assistant Chair, Graduate Education - Teacher Education
Member, SPCS Speakers Bureau
English as a Second Language (ESL)
Role of ESL in Schools
Director, Partners in the Arts
Adjunct Assistant Professor, Liberal Arts
Member, SPCS Speakers Bureau
Integrating Creativity in Learning & Working
Arts Integration
Program Chair, Information Systems
Assistant Professor, Information Systems
Member, SPCS Speakers Bureau
Information Systems Operations & Development
IT Security
IT Auditing
Cloud Computing
Director, Strategic Management for Academic & Student Affairs
Instructor, Human Resource Management
Member, SPCS Speakers Bureau
Human Resources
International Human Resources
Volunteer Opportunities as Professional Development
University Professor and Dean Emeritus
Adjunct Professor, Liberal Arts
Member, SPCS Speakers Bureau
Politics & Elections
2016 Presidential Election Cycle
Primary System & Electoral College
Polarization in American Politics
Continuing Education & Lifelong Learning
Program Chair, Nonprofit Studies
Assistant Professor, Nonprofit Studies
Member, SPCS Speakers Bureau
Nonprofit Effectiveness
Community Stakeholder Engagement
Building Capacity within Organizations
Assistant Director/Career Advisor
Member, SPCS Speakers Bureau
Areas of Focus: SPCS & MBA Students, Alumni, Experienced Professionals
Using LinkedIn for Professional Networking
Marketing Transferable Job Skills When Switching Careers
Recovering from a Job Loss
Associate Dean, Academic & Student Affairs
Associate Professor, Education
Program Chair, Graduate Education
Associate Professor, Leadership Studies
School Liaison, AFAC
Member, SPCS Speakers Bureau
Educational Leadership
School & Housing Segregation
Changing Demographics in RVA
Ethics & Leadership
Associate Professor, Education
Member, SPCS Speakers Bureau
Human Trafficking & NGO Efforts to Address Trafficking
Disadvantaged Youth in Asia & Africa
Socio-psychological Processes Impacting Educators
Adjunct Assistant Professor, Education
Member, SPCS Speakers Bureau
Cultivating School Leadership from Within
Compelling Classroom Practices to Disrupt Poverty
Preparing Students for Success as a School Leader
Empowering Your Team as a Leader
Building a Culture of Acceptable Student Voice
Director, Osher Lifelong Learning Institute
Member, SPCS Speakers Bureau
Osher Lifelong Learning Institute at the University of Richmond
Lifelong Learning & Learning in Retirement Programs
Dean, School of Professional and Continuing Studies
Professor, Continuing Studies
Member, SPCS Speakers Bureau
Organizational Leadership
School Leadership
Assessment in Public Education
Contemporary Issues in Public Education
Director, Enrollment Management & Strategic Partnerships
Adjunct Professor, Liberal Arts
Member, SPCS Speakers Bureau
Economic Literacy in Secondary Education
iPads, Data Collection & Experiential Learning
Genealogy & Economic History
The LGBTQ Consumer

Contact Us

Special Programs Building
490 Westhampton Way
Univ. of Richmond, VA 23173
Phone: (804) 289-8133
Fax: (804) 289-8138

Monday-Friday: 8:30am–5pm
Closed for University holidays

Request a Speaker

Interested in booking one of our faculty or staff members to speak at our next event? Complete the form below to start the process. An SPCS representive will contact you with additional instructions upon receipt of this information.

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 Jamelle Wilson
 David Kitchen
 Tom Shields
 Daniel Hocutt
 Laura Kuti
 Kathy Laing
 Rob McAdams
 Lionel Mew
 Gretchen Flynn Morris
 Jim Narduzzi
 Andrew Schoeneman
 Bob Spires
 Dionne Ward
 Peggy Watson
 John Zinn
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