The UW Bothell Leadership Lecture: Leadership and the Legacy of "Scoop" Jackson
Tuesday, April 22, 6:30 pm - 8:30 pm
Where: North Creek Events Center - View Map
Cost: Free, but advance registration is requested.
Contact: Alex Webster, Alumni Relations Manager, email@example.com, 425-352-3394
Lecturer: Kenneth B. Pyle, Henry M. Jackson Professor of History and Asian Studies at the University of Washington
Professor Ken Pyle examines the qualities of leadership that characterized his friend and colleague Senator Henry M. "Scoop" Jackson's public service and how those qualities are needed even more today. An Everett native, Senator Jackson served in Congress through the terms of nine presidents, from Franklin Roosevelt to Ronald Reagan.
Senator Jackson was one of the most admired leaders in U.S. history. President Reagan called him "the greatest bipartisan patriot of our time." Commentator George Will called him "the finest public servant I have ever known."
"Scoop" Jackson Lecture Registration