Campus Dining is a valuable engagement opportunity for our students and campus community. In this webinar, Elizabeth Adkins will provide examples, showing how campus dining leadership can challenge traditional perceptions and build bridges with campus partners. Learn how to think disruptively to serve the holistic student as well as the unique needs of your campus.
Sponsored by The Hartman Group, LLC
Domain: Professional Intelligence
- Aligning leadership strategy and goals with institutional mission and values using change management and storytelling.
- Designing a system for leveraging strategic campus partnerships to provide the best outcomes for students and the campus community.
Date & Time
Thursday October 12, 2023
3 p.m. EDT / 12 p.m. PDT
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Elizabeth Adkins, an Alumni of Central Washington University (CWU), currently serves as the Operations Support Manager for CWU Dining Services and a lecturer for the Department of Health Sciences, Food, and Nutrition Science Dietetics program. Prior to returning to CWU in a professional capacity, she spent several years making magic for guests at Walt Disney World, Parks and Resorts while pursuing her MS in organizational leadership with a specialization in strategic innovation and change from the University of Denver. In her current dining role, she champions the dining brand ensuring everything said, presented, and executed is not only aligned with the department’s mission, vision, and values but integrated into campus partnerships, initiatives, and high-impact practices. Elizabeth has implemented service-learning into her classes, oversees the Dining Food Recovery program, is a member of the Provost High Impact Practice Group, and is a Co-Chair of the Wildcat Essentials Executive Board.