USF to host lecture on responsible leadership
TAMPA, Fla. -- Bawa Jain, the founding secretary-general of The World Council of Religious Leaders, is set to speak at the University of South Florida about his experiences and the need for responsible leaders in today’s society.
The event will take place at 4 p.m. on Wednesday, Jan. 21 at the Marshall Student Center Oval Theater. Following the lecture there will be free pizza for those in attendance.
Jain will be sharing his experiences and knowledge that he has accumulated throughout the years from some of the most influential world leaders from all sectors of society including politics, business and religion. He sees that there is an urgent need for responsible leaders and wants to inspire others who are willing to make bold decisions on issues that matter most.
Jain is also the founding chairman an initiative to harness the power of youth to build the leaders of tomorrow called The World Youth Peace Summit. His passion for mentoring inspired him to start this initiative to link youth at the crossroads of their lives with elders to explore how they may face complex challenges confronting them.
Following his lecture, there will be a panel discussion featuring USF student leaders.
After his many experiences and meeting leaders from every major sector from more than 100 countries, he has committed to sharing how his life has been transformed to motivate others to become the leaders our world needs.
Jain is married to Hana T. Jain, an assistant professor at USF.
The event is sponsored by the College of Arts and Sciences and the Honors College.
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Author: Brenna Wenger