Join us for the Kentucky Association of School Administrators’ (KASA’s) Annual Leadership Institute, taking place July 24-26 in Louisville, where you’ll have the opportunity to delve into vital topics crucial for educational leadership in today’s ever-evolving landscape. Our lineup of keynote speakers includes two renowned experts in their respective fields: Allison Levine and Horacio Sanchez.

Allison Levine is a seasoned leadership expert, polar explorer, and mountaineer, known for her resilience and adaptability in extreme environments. From navigating sub-zero temperatures to surviving sudden avalanches, Allison’s experiences provide invaluable insights into effective leadership, resilience, and overcoming obstacles. With a career spanning both the challenging terrain of Wall Street and the world’s highest peaks, Allison brings a unique perspective on leadership that will inspire and empower attendees.

Horacio Sanchez is a highly respected educational consultant with a focus on applying neuroscience to enhance educational outcomes. His expertise lies in helping school leaders understand and leverage brain science to address various challenges, ranging from overcoming the impact of poverty to improving school climate and fostering brain-based instruction. Horacio’s presentations provide practical strategies grounded in neuroscience research, offering attendees actionable insights to create positive change within their schools and communities.

At the Leadership Institute, you’ll gain invaluable tools and support to tackle critical issues such as safety protocols, AI integration and fostering a positive school culture. Don’t miss out on this transformative opportunity to elevate your leadership skills, network with peers, and make meaningful connections. Register before June 3 to receive the Early Bird Discount and embark on a journey towards impactful leadership in education.