You may wonder why Lindsey Godwin, associate professor of management in the Stiller School of Business is out for the week. She’s currently in Pokhara, Nepal as a keynote speaker at the 1st National Nepalese Conference on Appreciative Inquiry (AI).
Nepal has been fraught with civil unrest for years, and it only elevates around the elections. The AI conference is to show people that even with diversity, everyone can come together to reach a consensus. The 1st AI summit is to share this message with politicians, peacemakers, bureaucrats, and other attendees. For more information, visit http://www.axiomnews.ca/node/3894
Originally published in the January 7, 2013 issue of The Champlain College Explorer