Faces of

Leadership

The Faces of Leadership Conference focuses on leadership development for Junior members from all parts of the country. Join us in Lincoln, Neb.,
July 30 - Aug. 3, 2019.

CREATING LEADERS, COLLABORATING, CULTIVATING OPPORTUNITIES

The National Junior Hereford Association’s (NJHA) annual Faces of Leadership Conference mission is to empower NJHA members with the skills they need to develop into the best leaders they can be. Through the Faces of Leadership Conference young leaders are exposed to opportunities in the industry and the conference cultivates communication skills, encourage working in team settings and focus on individual development.

In the past few years, the event has traveled to California, Michigan State University, Arkansas, South Dakota State University, the Texas Panhandle and Kansas State University. From the amazing ranch tours to up-close looks at the industry at Tyson Foods and Trans Ova Genetics, new doors are being opened and Faces of Leadership participants truly are experiencing leadership as they have never seen it before during this tremendous networking opportunity.

This conference is offered to junior members ages 14-21. Intermediate and senior members will benefit the most from Faces of Leadership.

FACES OF LEADERSHIP 2019

Hereford junior members are scheduled to gather this summer in the Cornhusker State for the 2019 Faces of Leadership Conference July 30-Aug. 3 in Lincoln. The annual four-day event, made possible by Rick and Bonnie Coley-Malir and the Hereford Youth Foundation of America, will host nearly 100 participants ages 14-21. During their time at the Nebraska Innovation Campus (NIC) at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln (UNL), attendees will listen to nationally-recognized speakers and participate in junior board workshops, which will assist in the enhancement of each individual’s leadership talents, communication skills and will encourage working in team settings.

EARLY REGISTRATION DEADLINE JUNE 15 – JOIN US

“Faces of Leadership is unique because it’s something different than our typical cattle events,” Samuel Lawrence, NJHA Director says. “It’s awesome gathering with other youth members to learn and develop without the hustle and bustle of a livestock show surrounding us. I’m particularly excited for a theme of entrepreneurship at this year’s conference. I’m eager to learn about how to develop my own ideas while becoming a better leader and business person.”
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