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Marker and Maine complete Executive Leadership Institute

With the conclusion of the 2015-2016 ELI program, the number of scholars to complete the program has climbed to 315.

Dr. Jeff Marker and Kate Maine recently completed the University System of Georgia's Executive Leadership Institute (ELI), a comprehensive 120-hour development program designed to enhance scholars' leadership skills to prepare for potential high-level advancement within the USG. Marker is the chair of the Department of Communication, Media & Journalism in UNG's College of Arts & Letters. Maine is associate vice president of university relations.

Marker and Maine completed the eight-month program in April. In addition to leadership development sessions, ELI scholars participated in a 360-degree performance assessment, a personality assessment, cross-mentoring groups, job shadowing of other leaders in the USG, and change-oriented projects submitted by USG institutions.

Many other University of North Georgia faculty and staff have participated in ELI, since its inception in 2009. The 2009-2010 cohort included Dr. Bryson Payne, Dr. Al Panu, Jeff Davis, and Dr. Alicia Caudill. The 2010-2011 cohort included Dr. Donna Mayo, Dr. Patricia Donat, Dr. Tom Nelson, Mack Palmour, and Dr. Eric Skipper. The 2011-2012 cohort included Jeff Boggan, Dr. Terri Carroll, Dr. Mary Lou Bryant Frank, Dr. Chaudron Gille, and Dr. Irene Kokkala. The 2013-2014 cohort included Drs. Brenda Findley and Kristen Roney. The 2014-2015 cohort included Dr. Deborah Prosser. (There was no ELI cohort in 2012-2013).

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