We're Going Virtual
We believe that the Campus Prevention Network (CPN) Summit should be a place for everyone who cares about safety, well-being and inclusion. That's why we've decided to host a one-day, virtual event that best aligns with our values of inclusion and excellence. We're also covering the registration cost for all attendees!
Join us on Tuesday, June 14, as we bring together the nation's leaders, change-makers, and agenda-setters in higher education for an experience unparalleled by other industry events.
This year's theme-Reemergence: A Path to Campus and Community Well-Being-will take you on a journey into the future of higher education, turning the challenges faced by leaders and practitioners inside out to discover new opportunities and possibilities.
You'll also gain insights from higher education luminaries and leaders, new media influencers, and the nation's most powerful prevention technology to connect innovative well-being strategies to outcomes that matter across your campus and your community.
Vice President for Student Engagement and Well-Being | Georgia Institute of Technology
The eldest daughter of Taiwanese immigrants, Luoluo (pronounced "lō-lō") is a passionate and energetic educator, leader, and student advocate. Before coming to the Georgia Institute of Technology, she spent the past seven years in the California State University system, most recently serving as the associate vice chancellor for student affairs and enrollment management at San Francisco State University. A former consulting editor for the Journal of American College Health, Luoluo is the faculty coordinator for the American College Personnel Association's Aspiring SSAO Institute and is a member of the Women's Network Executive Council for the American Council on Education. She holds a BA in psychology from Amherst College, a master's in public health from Yale University, and a PhD in educational leadership and research from Louisiana State University.
Executive Director | University Innovation Alliance
Named one of the "16 Most Innovative People in Higher Education" by Washington Monthly, Bridget is the founding executive director of the University Innovation Alliance (UIA), a national consortium of public research universities collaborating to close achievement gaps through testing, scaling, and sharing innovative and successful practices. As a trusted advisor to university presidents and policymakers, Bridget is on a mission to transform the way institutions think about and take action on the behalf of low-income, first generation, and students of color. She served on her first presidential hiring committee at age 22 and has spent the past two decades helping to hire, advise, and advocate on behalf of more than 35 presidents and chancellors from around the country. She received her EdD in higher education, leadership and policy from Vanderbilt University.
Senior Vice President | Lindenwood Global at Lindenwood University
As one of our nation's foremost higher education experts, Joe has led a broad range of educational institutions in various sectors of higher education. He is also co-founder and host of "The EdUp Experience," the nation's leading higher education podcast. He's interviewed more than 140 college and university presidents, edtech CEOs, and business and industry executives domestically and globally. The podcast has been downloaded more than 125,000 times, making Joe one of the world's most recognizable and impactful higher education voices. Joe holds an EdD in organizational leadership from Northcentral University, and MS in organizational leadership from Regis University, and a BS in speech communications from the State University of New York College at Oneonta.
Vector Solutions embraces diversity, equity, and inclusion, and promotes respect for the dignity and value of all persons. As such, we are committed to providing a harassment-free environment for everyone-attendees, speakers, Vector Solutions and production team staff, and partner organizations. This includes the opportunity to learn, socialize, and work in a safe and respectful environment.
We recognize a shared responsibility to create a space for all attendees to have a positive experience. Some behaviors are, therefore, specifically prohibited:
All participants are expected to observe these guidelines for respectful behavior in all conference venues. Participants asked to stop hostile or harassing behavior are expected to comply immediately. Conference participants seek to learn, network, and have fun. Please do so responsibly and with respect for the right of others to do likewise.