A Mount St. Mary’s University professor will explore how society can move forward from the #MeToo movement in a lecture series at the Mount’s Frederick campus next week. The lecture, set for 6 p.m. Nov. 13 on the Frederick campus at 5350 Spectrum Drive, is part of the college’s 20th anniversary celebration of the Frederick campus. The keynote speaker is Christina Yoder, assistant professor of management. She will examine how business leaders should prioritize decisive action to create a more inclusive culture so all employees — women and men — feel safe and supported at work, according to a press release for the event. The lecture is free and open to the public. The lecture series is one of several events scheduled to celebrate the 20th anniversary of the Mount’s Frederick campus.

A Mount St. Mary’s University professor will explore how society can move forward from the #MeToo movement in a lecture series at the Mount’s Frederick campus next week.

The lecture, set for 6 p.m. Nov. 13 on the Frederick campus at 5350 Spectrum Drive, is part of the college’s 20th anniversary celebration of the Frederick campus.

The keynote speaker is Christina Yoder, assistant professor of management. She will examine how business leaders should prioritize decisive action to create a more inclusive culture so all employees — women and men — feel safe and supported at work, according to a press release for the event.

The lecture is free and open to the public.

The lecture series is one of several events scheduled to celebrate the 20th anniversary of the Mount’s Frederick campus.

Lecture to examine how to advance #MeToo movement

A Mount St. Mary’s University professor will explore how society can move forward from the #MeToo movement in a lecture series at the Mount’s Frederick campus next week.

The lecture, set for 6 p.m. Nov. 13 on the Frederick campus at 5350 Spectrum Drive, is part of the college’s 20th anniversary celebration of the Frederick campus.

The keynote speaker is Christina Yoder, assistant professor of management. She will examine how business leaders should prioritize decisive action to create a more inclusive culture so all employees — women and men — feel safe and supported at work, according to a press release for the event.

The lecture is free and open to the public.

The lecture series is one of several events scheduled to celebrate the 20th anniversary of the Mount’s Frederick campus.

Local business owner who hiked from France to Spain to speak at FCC

A local business owner who hiked more than 500 miles along the Camino de Santiago from France to Spain will speak at Frederick Community College (FCC) at 7 p.m. Wednesday as part of the college’s annual speaker series.

Joanne McCoy’s talk, “Walking Each Other Home: 40 Days on the Camino de Santiago,” will focus on the life lessons she learned while walking alone from Saint Jean Pied-de-Port, France to the city of Santiago de Compostela on the Galician coast of northwest Spain.

It’s part of the college’s Moving Mountains speaker series, a monthly program that features inspiring professionals who share their life experiences and encourage teens and young adults to set the bar high in all areas of their lives.

McCoy is the founder, president, and CEO of McCoy Media Group, which has provided clients with public relations, marketing, and communication services since 2002.

She has been named an “Entrepreneur of the Year” by the Entrepreneur Council of Frederick.

Other upcoming speakers for the 2019-2020 season include:

  • January 15 — Howard Burns, longtime jazz musician and FCC Jazz Band Director
  • February 19 — Ryan Morse, owner of Crucible Performance and personal trainer
  • March 18 — James Hatch, FCC Cybersecurity and Computer Science Program Manager

For more information, click here. If you have questions, contact Mike Pritchard at mpritchard@frederick.edu or 301-846-2417.

— Allen Etzler

— Allen Etzler

— Allen Etzler

— Allen Etzler

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