Who should attend, who's shaping the symposium, and the faculty

Learning Is Social

Because learning is social, we know it matters who will be at the symposium, as both attendees and as faculty, and who is shaping the symposium.

The interactions the Leading Learning Symposium will provide simply cannot be found in any other venue. If you’re serious about taking your education business to the next level, don’t miss out.

Who Should Attend

The symposium is designed for people in leadership roles (in C-suite, vice president, or director positions) at organizations that market and sell continuing education and professional development. If you aren’t at this level, contact us before registering.

Other than senior leaders from sponsors, vendors may not register.



An advisory board of learning leaders are helping to shape the symposium.

Read about the advisors.




We hand-select the faculty for the symposium. They bring content expertise and strong facilitation skills.

Learn more about the 2016 faculty.

Who Came and What They Say

Registrants for the symposium include a range of individuals who have financial and/or strategic responsibility for their organization’s education business. Below is a sampling of individuals who registered for the 2015 Leading Learning Symposium:

  • The chief learning officer of a major medical society
  • The director of education for one of the world’s largest professional associations
  • The vice president of learning and development for a major marketing association
  • The vice president of learning for a major international trade association
  • The vice president of member services and operations for a major nursing society
  • Multiple directors of education for state accounting associations
  • The CEO of an international professional association

View the testimonials for a taste of what attendees thought of the symposium and the value they got from the experience.

For Leaders of Lifelong Learning