Invited speakers for EI's Women and Leadership program will lecture.
Friday, February 15 at 11:00am
Pennsylvania Hall Lyceum
Lectures & Presentations
Aftеr hаvіng so mаnу questions for ѕuсh a lоng tіmе, іt іѕ hіgh time that еасh оnе of them gоt аnѕwеrеd соrrесtlу. You are more thаn lіkеlу to gеt уоur ѕоurсеѕ rіght еѕресіаllу when thе іntеrnеt іѕ оnе оf them. Thеѕе аrе the tіmеѕ where you hаvе tо be quite саrеful аbоut whеrе оr hоw you rеtrіеvе your information.
Please join us tomorrow at 11am in the Lyceum for the first installment of the Women and Leadership Speaker Series. We are pleased to welcome Christina Bruner, ’95, to campus. Dr. Bruner serves as the Director of the Strategy Management Office at the Office of Inspector General (OIG) in the U.S. Department of the Interior (DOI). In this role, Dr. Bruner unites her passions for effective stewardship of natural resources and for effective and ethical governance. As an oversight agency, the DOI-OIG detects, deters, and discloses to Congress and the public any waste, fraud, abuse of power, and mismanagement that it finds in the programs and operations in Interior. Interior programs cover a broad set of missions, including managing national parks, leasing Interior-owned property for cattle grazing and for conventional and renewable energy production, overseeing endangered species management, conducting scientific research, and fulfilling trust responsibilities to American Indians, among others.
Dr. Bruner’s talk will be entitled, “Inspectors General: Government Watchdogs and Why they Matter.” Seating is first-come-first-served. We hope to see you there.