Krieglstein to address attendees via live feed on November 9; replaces originally scheduled speaker Nigel Barker
The IU Northwest chapter of the National Society for Leadership & Success (NSLS) will host a presentation by Tom Krieglstein via a live satellite feed on Tuesday, Nov. 9.
Krieglstein, best known as a social media and networking expert, will present at the NSLS’s November live satellite event. The presentation will start at 6 p.m. in the Library Conference Center (Room 105ABC).
After starting his first $1.5 million dollar business in college, Krieglstein was hooked on entrepreneurship. As a former “C” student, he discovered the positive changes made by getting involved, and co-founded Red Rover, a directory that unlocks human potential by helping students build their personal learning network. Krieglstein now works with hundreds of colleges and universities to bring students together across the United States.
Krieglstein will address the crowd, via live satellite feed, teaching how to leverage your digital identity in college through Facebook, Twitter and other social networking sites. He will explain the ins and outs of digital identity and how to get ahead in school and life.
The public is invited and encouraged to attend this presentation.
The IU Northwest chapter of Sigma Alpha Pi, the National Society of Leadership and Success, provides its member students with leadership training, individual coaching, networking opportunities, and an online job database.
Nationally, Sigma Alpha Pi has nearly 105,300 members at more than 220 participating institutions.
The Library Conference Center is located on campus along 35th Avenue in Gary.
The IU Northwest NSLS chapter urges attendees to RSVP. To reserve your seat, please contact Tameka White at (219) 980-6755 or email@example.com