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2022 Global Education Leaders Virtual Program

June 21, 22, 23, 2022


CEU/PDCH offered

No fee, but registration required.

Today’s globally connected world requires that we prepare students to become globally competent citizens who are able to work collaboratively across cultures. World View’s Global Education Leaders Program, held virtually in 2022, brings together current and aspiring leaders from K-12 schools, districts and community colleges. Together we will examine global issues that impact students and their communities. Participants will be led by university faculty and community leaders as they engage in dialogue about key global topics and explore leadership strategies to support global education initiatives in classrooms, schools, and campuses.

UNC World View honors all educators around the world in celebration of their commitment to providing a global education to their students.

Thanks to the generosity of UNC World View private donors, this program is fully funded, and there is no registration fee to educators.


Eligibility | Schedule  |  Speakers  |  Program Material


K-12 and Community College Administrators

  • Commitment to incorporating global education into your school, district or college
  • Ability to attend all three mornings (9 a.m. ET -12 p.m. ET)
  • Completed online application (includes a short essay)


9:00 a.m. ET Welcome and Introductions Charlé LaMonica, Director, World View, UNC-Chapel Hill
  Creating the Vision for Global Education Leadership Charlé LaMonica, Director, World View, UNC-Chapel Hill
  UNESCO Story Circles Charlé LaMonica, Director, World View, UNC-Chapel Hill Hazael Andrew, Associate Director, World View, UNC-Chapel Hill
Reflections on the Day GELP Participants
12:00 p.m. ET


9:00 a.m. ET Welcome: “Setting the Stage” for Leading in a Global Arena

Charlé LaMonica, Director, World View, UNC-Chapel Hill
  Engaging Globalism and Working Across Cultures Part I Dr. Tim Flood, Clinical Associate Professor of Management and Corporate Communication, Kenan-Flagler Business School, UNC-Chapel Hill
  Preparing Our Future Leaders: Needs for the Workforce in a Global Society Tim Humphrey, Vice President, Chief Data Office and Senior Location Executive, IBM
  Engaging Globalism and Working Across Cultures Part II Dr. Tim Flood, Clinical Associate Professor of Management and Corporate Communication, Kenan-Flagler Business School, UNC-Chapel Hill
  Reflections on the Day GELP Participants
12:00 p.m. ET Closing


9:00 a.m. ET Welcome: Cultivating Global Education Leadership with Faculty, Staff, and Students

Charlé LaMonica, Director, World View, UNC-Chapel Hill
  Embracing the Cultural Dimensions of Globalism (Culture Active) Dr. Tim Flood, Clinical Associate Professor of Management and Corporate Communication, Kenan-Flagler Business School, UNC-Chapel Hill
  Uncovering and Celebrating Global Awareness through Poetry Trapeta B. Mayson, Poet Laureate of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 2020-2021
  Reflection on the Day GELP Participants
  Global Education Leaders Takeaways and Next Steps GELP Participants
12:00 p.m. ET Adjourn


Featured Speakers and Facilitators

  Timothy Flood teaches several courses on presentation skills, global communication, business writing, U.S. language and culture for international and exchange students, and segments of the Communication, Leadership and Career Management series. Dr. Flood is the author of “MBA Fundamentals: Business Writing” (Kaplan Press, 2008). He also edited “The Rhetorical Dimensions of Cyberspace” with Beth Baldwin (1997). His research interests include the roles of media and technology in both interpersonal and corporate communication, cross-cultural communication and global business leadership fluency. He has consulted with the World Bank/IFC and Egyptian Institute of Directors on issues of corporate governance and educational outreach, and has led study trips to businesses in Egypt, Turkey Morocco and the United Arab Emirates. Prior to joining UNC Kenan-Flagler, Dr. Flood worked as a solutions consultant for Vanguard Cellular Systems (now part of AT&T Wireless). He received his PhD from the University of North Carolina at Greensboro, his MA from Texas A&M University, and his BA from the University of Maryland.
  Timothy Humphrey is currently Vice President, IBM Chief Data Office, with a mission to deliver a trusted, enterprise-wide data and AI platform for transforming IBM. He is also the Senior State Executive for IBM in North Carolina and Senior Location Executive for IBM in Research Triangle Park, NC, one of the company’s largest sites. Previously, Tim held various IBM executive roles spanning Analytics, Artificial Intelligence, Data, Acquisitions, Supply Chain, and Sales Support. He led IBM’s efforts to transform into the premier cognitive enterprise by embedding Artificial Intelligence into internal business processes across the company. Prior to joining IBM’s supply chain organization in 2011, Tim held several engineering roles leading the design, development and launch of several technologies and offerings for Lenovo and the former Personal Computer Division of IBM. Tim has over 20 years of global experience in the computing industry with experience in technical support, hardware & software development, quality assurance, and battery technology. He has earned numerous patents as well as management, innovation, and excellence awards for his contributions to the computing industry. Active in the community, Tim engages in several non-profit fundraising activities, special events, and volunteer efforts. He serves as a board member for many local non-profit organizations. Tim is also a very active mentor to over 30 global professionals, students, and youth. Tim graduated from North Carolina State University with a Bachelor of Science degree in Electrical Engineering and is a member of the North Carolina State University Electrical and Computer Engineering Hall of Fame. Tim also serves on the North Carolina State University Board of Trustees. Tim is a North Carolina native and currently resides in Raleigh, NC.

Trapeta B. Mayson was the 2020-2021 Philadelphia Poet Laureate. She is the founder of Healing Verse Philly, which includes the Healing Verse Phone Line, a hallmark project of her poet laureate tenure. Mayson is a Pew, Academy of American Poets, and Aspen Word Fellow. She is also a Leeway Transformation, Leeway Art and Change, and Pennsylvania Council on the Arts awardee. She is the author of She Was Once Herself and Mocha Melodies. Mayson also released two music and poetry projects, SCAT and This Is How We Get Through, in collaboration with internationally acclaimed jazz guitarist, Monnette Sudler. Her other publications include submissions in The American Poetry Review, Toho Journal, Epiphany Literary Journal, Aesthetica Magazine, among others. Mayson’s artistic practice is embedded in community work. Through her artistic residencies, she has created and led projects in partnership with several institutions. As an educator and teaching artist, she develops and facilitates workshops in educational, social services, and other community based settings for youth and adults. She is a native of Liberia and was raised in the North Philadelphia and Germantown neighborhoods of Philadelphia. She is a graduate of Temple University, Bryn Mawr Graduate School of Social Work and Social Research, and Villanova University School of Business. Currently working in the community mental health field, Mayson is a member of several local organizations where she uses the arts to help mobilize and build community.


Program Material

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