posted on February 01, 2012 15:06
Dr. Joe Savage, director of the University of Mobile Center for Leadership and Twelve23 Movement, will be a featured speaker at the School Superintendents of Alabama Legislative Conference Feb. 8 in Montgomery, Ala.
Savage, an author of two books and speaker to more than 1,800 audiences, will bring an inspirational message on problem-solving leadership to the superintendents in attendance.
“Educators, in my estimation, are the most influential people in our country. The Center for Leadership and Twelve23 Movement are committed to transforming our nation by developing leaders. I’m honored to have the opportunity to encourage such influential community leaders,” Savage said.
The Center for Leadership facilitates the Twelve23 Education Alliance, whose goal is to empower its members to become the best and most responsible educators and influencers in America.
According to Dr. Faron Hollinger, director of the Twelve23 Education Alliance and retired superintendent of the Baldwin County Public School System, the Center for Leadership and Twelve23 Movement “offer a focal point for leaders to come together and strive to make improvements in the community, state and nation through leadership.”
Dennis Coe, president of the School Superintendents of Alabama, said, "I believe that our nation is rapidly approaching a moral crossroad of historical proportions. The direction we take will depend greatly upon the leadership of our country. America was created with the belief of a Sovereign God. The return to this core belief and basic moral and ethical standards will be imperative if our country is to survive. The Twelve 23 Movement offers a prime opportunity for us to return our country to ‘One nation under God’. I hope you will join me and Dr. Savage as we take a stand for our country!”
For more information, visit www.twelve23.org
or call the Center for Leadership at 251.442.2555.