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Welcome to the LEAD Office

The LEAD Office works collaboratively with students, faculty and staff to provide leadership education, training, and development for students at all levels of leadership development. We believe that every student has the potential to be a leader and we help students develop as effective, ethical leaders through a series of workshops, conferences, classes, speakers, dialogues, and retreats. Our programs are tailored to students at different levels of leadership development and provide opportunities to develop a strong sense of self, augment critical thinking and interpersonal skills, develop global and cultural competencies, and cultivate organizational skills for transition into the professional world.
october-7-LCDRSVP today for the Freedom and Learning Forum with President Ángel Cabrera and Rosemary Trible, President and Founder of Fear 2 Freedom. Rosemary’s compassion to help others move fr om victim to victory led her to write the book Fear to Freedom in which she shares her own healing journey after being raped at gunpoint in 1975. Rosemary has dedicated her life to walking alongside those wounded by abuse and helping others find joy.  Her husband, former U.S. Senator, Paul Trible Jr. currently serves as the President of Christopher Newport University. Rosemary, originally from Little Rock, Arkansas, has been married to Paul since 1971. They have two children, Mary Katherine, who is married to Dr. Barrett W. R. Peters, a pediatric dentist; and Paul III, who is the co-founder and CEO of Ledbury, a men’s shirt-making company. One of her greatest joys is being a grandmother of two.  The Freedom and Learning Forum featuring President Ángel Cabrera and Rosemary Trible will take place on Tuesday, October 7th from 3:30pm-5:00pm in The Hub, Ballroom.

LEAD Contact Info

Location: The Hub, Room 2400
Phone: 703-993-4186
Hours: 9am-5pm, Monday-Friday
Email Address:
Twitter: @LEADMason
Facebook: The LEAD Office at George Mason University