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Wednesday August 24
22nd Annual Conference on Teaching and Learning
Jennifer K. Lattin has served within the world of nonprofits and education since her graduation from the College of St. Elizabeth where she completed her BA studies in Psychology and Human Resources. In 2003 Lattin completed her MPA from Grand Valley State University, School of Nonprofit Public Administration with an emphasis in Nonprofit Leadership & Management. Lattin has had the opportunity to work within the Council of Michigan Foundations, Community Foundation of the Holland/Zeeland Area, & The Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Holland in addition to educating Part Time at GVSU since 2008 within the College of Community & Public Service Department. Lattin is inspired most by her past mentors in the field as well as her growing connections within the Laker community, faculty, staff, and students.
"My professional development within nonprofits, education, and teaching has been inspired most by three individuals that ironically had connections to all three anchors as well as Grand Valley State University. My educational undergraduate experience taught me the lesson in perseverance which led to my graduate school experience embracing the best practices in leading a passion driven life. My strongest beliefs include active participation and personal integration among life, work, and family. In the words of coming “full circle”, my passion lies within engaging students to the mission of participating on campus, within the community, and always working to succeed personally as well as professionally. My focus for the upcoming years will include grounding my passions while enhancing my academic role in the collegiate higher education atmosphere.”