GFW PRSA June Luncheon: Capturing the C-Suite’s Attention


Need to unlock the C-Suite? Join the Greater Fort Worth PRSA chapter as we learn about agility to get the attention of the C-Suite.

Texas Christian University’s own Dr. Suzanne M Carter from the Neeley School of Business will discuss how today’s “agile leader” strives to move out of silos and into conversations to become powerful influencers within their organizations. She will also highlight ways professionals and organizations can encourage and develop agile leadership from within, and how agile leadership can be used along a successful career path.

Wednesday, June 11 • 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Colonial Country Club (3735 Country Club Circle, Fort Worth, TX 76109)

Complimentary valet parking provided!

Click here to register.


  • GFW PRSA Members – $25
  • National PRSA Members – $30
  • Non-members – $35
  • Students – $20

Walk-ups: Add an additional $5 to the above prices

To account for additional costs associated with walk-ups and other meeting services, the Greater Fort Worth Chapter of PRSA uses the following reservation policy: Online reservations are due no later than 5 pm the Friday prior to the luncheon, and cancellations must be made by 5 p.m. the day before the luncheon. No-shows will be billed or a representative may attend in that person’s place at no additional charge. Walk-ups are accepted for an additional $5 if space is available.

About the Speaker:

Dr. Suzanne M. Carter
SuzanneCarterSuzanne M. Carter, Ph. D., is the Executive Director of TCU’s Executive MBA program. Currently on faculty at TCU’s Neeley School of Business as Associate Professor of Professional Practice in Strategy within the Management, Entrepreneurship, and Leadership Department, she also teaches and conducts research in the area of strategic leadership and corporate reputation.
She received her M.B.A. and Ph. D. in strategic management from the University of Texas at Austin and her B.S. in Accounting from the University of Illinois – Champaign / Urbana. She has previously served on the faculty of the University of Notre Dame as an assistant professor and as an assistant instructor at the University of Texas at Austin. Dr. Carter teaches strategy courses at the EMBA, MBA and undergraduate levels. She has consulted with several non-profit organizations regarding strategic direction and taught courses on strategy and innovative social enterprise strategies. She has also been faculty on global study abroad courses in China, South Africa and South America. She has published numerous articles and book chapters in such business publications as the Journal of Management Studies, Journal of Leadership and Organizational Studies, Journal of Business Ethics and Corporate Reputation Review. She serves on the editorial board of Corporate Reputation Review.




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