Nashville Chapter Event: Secrets of the C-Suite: Reaching Your Executive Leadership Potential
12/3/2013, 6:30 pm
"Secrets of the C-Suite: Reaching Your Executive Leadership Potential"
December 3, 2013 6:00 PM – 8:30 PM
Location: Vanderbilt University Alumni Hall
The Nashville Chapter of the Vanderbilt Alumni Association cordially invites you to attend a special lecture featuring Michael R. Burcham, Senior Lecturer of Entrepreneurship, Owen Graduate School of Management Vanderbilt University: “Secrets of the C-Suite: Reaching Your Executive Leadership Potential”
Now is the ideal time to proactively pursue the professional growth and skills needed to reach your executive leadership potential. If you are leading a division, department, or team trying to follow the lead of your CEO, this informative program will provide you with valuable insights into the skills for successful growth.
Join us in the newly renovated Alumni Hall on Vanderbilt’s campus. Alumni Hall was originally opened in 1925 and has recently been added to the National Register of Historic Places for its architectural significance.
The Reading Room
Reception and networking
Joe C. Davis Memorial Hall
Lecture followed by interactive Q&A
$20 per person
(includes hors d’oeuvres, beer and wine)
Please register by Monday, November 25, 2013
Questions? Contact Keith Ikard, MBA ’03, or The Alumni Relations Office at (615) 322-2044
About the speaker:
Michael Burcham has over 20 years of extensive experience in healthcare innovation, entrepreneurship and startup venture coaching. He is currently serving as President and CEO of the Nashville Entrepreneur Center, which serves as the front door to entrepreneurs, fusing training, relationship, and resources to cultivate economic development within Nashville and around the country. He is passionate about helping the creative class transform their ideas into real businesses, and seeks to use the Entrepreneur Center as the catalyst which will revolutionize Nashville’s business ecosystem. From 2001 to 2007, Burcham served as President of ParadigmHealth, an integrator of care and disease management services for health plans and employers which has managed over 100,000 individuals nationwide since its inception. Prior to joining ParadigmHealth, Burcham was President of Theraphysics, a venturebacked specialty rehabilitation firm he founded in 1992.
About the Alumni Hall Renovation:
Construction began immediately following Commencement in May, 2012, with completion in summer 2013. The renovation not only included updating the current spaces inside the building, but also expanded terraces on both
the east and west sides of the building.
Every space inside Alumni Hall underwent a renovation. In the basement, students have access to a new exercise room and tutoring center. The first floor includes a new cafe, lounge, and writing studio. On the second floor the Memorial Room underwent extensive updates, and is joined by a new classroom and reading room. The third floor houses a new faculty office suite.