Kimberly Novak, CEO NovakTalks, is an independent consultant for Campus Safety, Student Risk Management and Student Organization Development. She is recognized as a national expert in student-focused risk management, organization conduct, hazing prevention, and involving students in campus safety efforts.
Kim brought her experience and insight to campus with two programs for the Fraternity and Sorority Life community on October 10th, 2018.
Shapiro Undergraduate Library, Room 2160 from 5-6:30pm. Mandatory for IFC chapter presidents and vice presidents.
Creating a Community of Care
Weiser Hall Room 170 from 7-9pm. Up to 5 representatives from each chapter across IFC, MGC, NPHC, and Panhellenic are encouraged to attend.
This program is designed to highlight behaviors specific to the University of Michigan. The focus of the session is to challenge the fraternity and sorority community to approach risk management from a perspective of care. Attendees will learn how to talk about risk management within the context of friendship, brotherhood, sisterhood and CARE. The goal is to empower the fraternity and sorority community to act upon what they can do and NOT what they cannot do.
If you would like to know more about Kimberly Novak and her programs please visit her website here or connect with her on twitter @NovakTalks