Shelton Leadership Forum

About The Shelton Leadership Forum

The Shelton Leadership Forum is a nationally recognized event heading into its 18th successful year. The event welcomes participants from all over North Carolina as well as from surrounding states for a day focused on practical lessons in values-based leadership. Networking opportunities are plentiful with an audience of corporate and emerging leaders. Our speakers include innovators from across the business and education communities. The Forum includes engaging presentations plus lunch and networking breaks.

The Shelton Leadership Forum is offered through the Shelton Leadership Center and administered by the NC State Office of the Provost. As Executive Director, General H. Hugh Shelton is committed to developing values-based leaders and bringing together intergenerational audiences from diverse professional backgrounds in order to create a more dynamic dialogue.

Invitation To Sponsor The Forum

Though the Forum theme changes annually, over 75% of sponsors renew their support year after year. For more information about sponsorships, please contact Dr. Debbie Acker.

2018 Sponsors

Diamond Level

CISCO

Gold Level

L-3 Communications Corporation

Silver Level

NC State Athletics
The Wolfpack Club

Bronze Level

Gold Dolphins, LLC
Hall & Burns Wealth Management, LLC
Highmark Companies
Johnson Automotive
Landvision Designs, Inc.
Life Brothers, LLC
NC State Student Alumni Association
Paragon Bank

Current Year Forum

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