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NCLI Alumni Virtual Summer Summit

July 20th, 2022. 12pm-5pm Eastern


Please consider joining us for the upcoming NCLI Alumni Virtual Summer Summit on July 20th, 2022. 12pm-5pm Eastern.

Five hours of continuing education, Adaptive Leadership refresher, reflection groups, and relationship building!

Registration fee: $80

Registration Now Open!



12:00-12:30pm – Welcome, Mindfulness, Intro

12:30-1:15pm – Adaptive Leadership Refresher  - (Dave Miko, MAT National Faculty)

1:15-1:35pm – Break

1:35-3:35 – Generative Conversations - (Myron Lowe, M.S.Ed.)

3:35-3:55 – Break

3:55-4:40pm – Reflection Groups

4:40-5:00pm – Debrief and closing




Myron Lowe, M.S.Ed. Educational Psychology

Myron Lowe, M.S.Ed. Educational Psychology, is a leadership consultant and Certified Professional Coach. Myron works with organizations to generate collaboration, wellbeing, and extraordinary results. He works with leaders to create environments of understanding and adaptive capacity. His experience includes more than a decade of executive leadership roles in strategic planning and innovative collaboration. He has transformed organizations using natural systems principles to navigate through complex challenges with purposeful engagement. Myron offers a 3 - 10 month progressive process for developing transformational leadership. He also offers designed workshops focused on generative conversations for leadership. 


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Dave Miko, MAT National Faculty

Maybe the most important thing to know about me is that I invest in people. In my personal life or on the job, being able to connect with people on a personal level and letting folks know you have an interest in them has always served me well. As for my background, I obtained a B.S. from Penn State University in Wildlife and Fisheries Management. After taking a year away from college working for the Alabama Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Unit at Auburn University I returned to college life to pursue my M.S. in Fisheries Management from Texas Tech University. After a short stint with the Illinois Natural History Survey I began my career with the Pennsylvania Fish and Boat Commission where I spent 22 years serving the anglers of Pennsylvania and the aquatic resources of the Commonwealth. I currently serve as the Deputy Assistant Director for the USFWS Fish and Aquatic Conservation program where I hope to make a positive impact in the field of conservation on a National scale. I developed my passion for the natural world fishing with my dad. I am a 2009 alumnus of NCLI (Cohort 4) and most recently served as a Peer Coach for Cohorts 7, 8, and 9. I cannot understate the value that the NCLI experience has had on me personally; however, the impact that NCLI is having on conservation across the country is truly inspiring.