Just a reminder to your Deacs that there is a wonderful opportunity tonight to hear Tony Dungy speak in Wait Chapel. Doors to the event will open at 5:45 p.m. with seating on a first-come, first-serve basis.
Here is what the Leadership Project web site says about this event:
“Wake Forest & Leadership
Today’s students are graduating into a world that is more competitive, dynamic and uncertain than earlier generations. They will have many jobs and careers during their lifetimes. They will need to be equipped to make their own opportunities and navigate an unpredictable future. Simply put, they will have to lead.
At Wake Forest, our responsibility is to educate the whole person-mind, body and spirit – and to help students find their place in the world. It means that while at Wake, students discover where their gifts and talents lie and are challenged to explore questions deeply and to think about their own responsibility for making the world better.
Here you will see that embedded in the collegiate experience for our students is a diverse set of courses, programs and opportunities we use to develop those necessary leadership skills and capabilities.
Introducing the Leadership Project
In its inaugural event on Wednesday, March 26 at 6:30 p.m., the Leadership Project will present legendary football coach and bestselling author Tony Dungy to speak in Wait Chapel.
Dungy led the Indianapolis Colts to a Super Bowl victory in 2007, the first such win for an African-American coach. He joined the Colts in 2002 after serving as the most successful head coach in the history of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Widely recognized as an inspirational champion both on and off the field, Dungy has authored several books on topics of significance, such as living life with integrity, courage, strength and purpose. Read Tony’s full bio »”
I wish I could go to cover the event, but I cannot. We’ll try to get you a recap elsewhere.
This speech tonight is one more dish at the Wake Forest buffet – but a dish that will only be served once. Now is the time for your students to take that bite if they can.