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Emerging Leaders

Voices of Tomorrow at the Table Today

The Emerging Leaders program unfolds over the course of one year and features a tailored learning experience with in-person and virtual learning, networking, and advisory opportunities.
★ Application period opens in spring 2022.
★ Program kicks off in July at SCUP’s Annual Conference
★ Cohorts capped at 30 to facilitate networking and discussion
★ All participants receive a certificate of program completion

Tailored Leadership Skills

Gain a better understanding of integrated higher education planning through informative sessions presented by leaders in the field. Get access to forward thinkers in your professional space.

Valuable Networking Opportunities

Develop lasting career connections with people from diverse backgrounds and perspectives through the cohort group and advisory panel. A network of SCUP senior planning professionals provides feedback, ideas, and inspiration.

Membership Benefit

The Emerging Leaders program fee is just $175, which will be credited towards a SCUP membership at the conclusion of the program. Emerging Leaders participants receive the member registration price for the SCUP Annual Conference (scholarship opportunities available), where each cohort starts and finishes.

Welcome! SCUP 2021-22 Emerging Leaders

Ashley Day, Sheridan College
Ashley Stoner, Perkins&Will
Ashwin Dharmadhikari, Ayers Saint Gross, Inc.
Brittany Cipollone, Augusta University
Christian Cullinan, Robert A. M. Stern Architects
Dana Hans, STUDIOS Architecture
Edith List, Principia College
Emma Cuciurean-Zapan, SmithGroup
Eric Schwenger, University of Northern British Columbia
Erik Lund, Hastings Architecture
Grace Ou, El Camino College
Janel Bloch, Northern Kentucky University
Justin Miller, Bethany College
Kaylee Milliner, Salt Lake Community College
Kerry Gregoryk, Valley City State University
Kristin Mulrooney, Gallaudet University
Lauren McConnell, University of Pittsburgh
Leslie Wimsatt, Des Moines University College of Osteopathic Medicine
Maggie Grossman, Northwestern University
Melissa Rands, Minneapolis College of Art and Design
Melissa Lewis, University of Louisiana at Lafayette
Michelle Johnson, Carl Sandburg College
Mindy Watson, Clovis Community College
Natalie Walliser, University of British Columbia
Ning Gao, Smithgroup
Rafael Murillo, Page
Sarah Brown, Marshall University
Sinead Gallivan, Brown University
Steve Schwenk, Quinn Evans
Taylan Ekici, Brandeis University

Program at a Glance

Month – Format
July – 2021 Annual Conference (Virtual)
August – Welcome Event (1 hr)
September – Core Connect (45 mins)
October – Core Connect (45 mins)
November – Colloquium (1 hr)
December – Core Connect (45 mins)
January 2022 – Colloquium (1 hr)
February – Core Connect (45 mins)
March – Core Connect (45 mins)
April – Colloquium (1 hr)
May – Core Connect (45 mins)
June – Core Connect (45 mins)
July – 2022 Annual Conference

Program at a Glance

Month Format Month Format
July 2021 Annual Conference (Virtual) January 2022 Colloquium (1 hr)
August Welcome Event (1 hr) February Core Connect (45 mins)
September Core Connect (45 mins) March Core Connect (45 mins)
October Core Connect (45 mins) April Colloquium (1 hr)
November Colloquium (1 hr) May Core Connect (45 mins)
December Core Connect (45 mins) June Core Connect (45 mins)
July 2022 Annual Conference

Questions? Contact Dana Wnuk, SCUP Membership and Community Manager.

This program is an initiative created by the SCUP Membership Committee to provide those new to planning with guidance, knowledge, and connection.

Questions? Contact Dana Wnuk, SCUP Membership and Community Manager.

This program is an initiative created by the SCUP Membership Committee to provide those new to planning with guidance, knowledge, and connection.