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Learning from President George H.W. Bush
Last week, the 2018 Class of Presidential Leadership Scholars met for the second time at the George H.W. Bush Presidential Library Foundation on the campus of Texas A&M in College Station, Texas.
Here, Scholars received unique insights from former administration officials on what it meant to work for President George H.W. Bush, and how his authentic relationships with those around him — from foreign leaders to his staff — made him an effective leader.
In addition to President George H.W. Bush and Mrs. Barbara Bush, Scholars were joined by:
- Andy Card, former Secretary of Transportation to President George H.W. Bush and Chief of Staff to President George W. Bush;
- Mary Kate Cary, Executive Producer of “41on41,” a documentary film about President George H.W. Bush, and former White House speechwriter for President George H.W. Bush;
- Tim McBride, Senior Vice President of Government Relations at United Technologies Corp. and former Personal Aide and Private Secretary to President George H.W. Bush;
- Jim McGrath, Spokesman for President George H.W. Bush and former Staff Writer and Editor in the Executive Office of President George H.W. Bush;
- Rich McKeown, Co-founder and Chairman of Leavitt Partners and former Chief of Staff to Mike Leavitt at the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) during the George H.W. Bush administration;
- Virginia Mulberger, Founding Principal of The Scrowcroft Group and former Special Assistant to President George H.W. Bush and Senior Director of legislative Affairs;
- John H. Sununu, former Governor of New Hampshire and Chief of Staff to President George H.W. Bush from 1989–1992; and more.
The 2018 Class of Presidential Leadership Scholars will continue their visits to each of the four partnering presidential centers with unprecedented access to former presidents, officials from their administrations, and the unique resources of the libraries to enhance their own leadership abilities in order to make a positive difference in the world. Look out for our next update from the Clinton Presidential Center in Little Rock, Arkansas!
To learn more about the Presidential Leadership Scholars program, visit www.presidentialleadershipscholars.org. For updates about the Presidential Leadership Scholars, use #PLScholars or follow @PLSprogram on Twitter and Flickr.
This content originally appeared on the Medium page of the Presidential Leadership Scholars Program.
Updates from the 2019 PLS Annual Meeting
Last week, Presidential Leadership Scholars from the past five years gathered in Washington D.C. to attend the 2019 PLS annual meeting. During the meeting, Scholars shared how PLS helped them become more effective leaders and why they think the program is unique. What makes PLS different from other leadership programs? “Finding a network of people who are doing incredible transformative things across the country.” - #PLScholar @kfwolfe pic.twitter.com/s6nA0VcNKh — Presidential Leadership Scholars (@PLSprogram) October 25, 2019 How did PLS impact you as a leader? #PLScholar @martamichellepr learned to integrate humor into her leadership style from President George W. Bush pic.twitter.com/DyXIEEczOx — Presidential Leadership Scholars (@PLSprogram) October 25, 2019 *This article was originally posted on www.presidentialleadershipscholars.org. For more information about the PLS program, visit our Twitter and Instagram handle, @PLSprogra
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