Center for Leadership

The AUSA Center for Leadership provides expertise and depth to help educate, inspire, and connect AUSA chapters, ROTC units, and the Total Army.

AUSA's General (Retired) Bob Brown, AUSA’s President and CEO, established the Center for Leadership on October 1st, 2021 to help educate, inspire, and connect leaders of character and cohesive teams across the Total Army. The Center for Leadership participates in myriad forums and platforms to share leader development ideas and best practices. This includes the “Leading Great Teams” podcast (released on the 2nd Monday of each month), the “On Leadership” section of Army Magazine, and several AUSA-sponsored symposiums and conferences each year.

Vision

To be recognized as experts that deliver relevant and inspirational leader development programs to the Total Army.

Mission

To help educate, inspire, and connect leaders of character and cohesive teams across the Total Army.

Purpose

To develop leaders at the brigade level and below across the Total Army by bridging the gap between Army priorities and leader development efforts.

 

The AUSA Center for Leadership Team

 

 
General (Ret.) David Perkins
Distinguished Chair for Leadership

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CSM (Ret.) David Clark
Senior NCO Leadership Chair

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Colonel (Ret.) Scott Halstead
Director

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CSM (Ret.) Mario O. Terenas
Deputy Director

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Erica Kenner
Senior Program Manager

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Angela Pubal
Program Manager

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Center for Leadership Events

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Coming Soon

Leadership Fellows Program

The Center for Leadership is building a Leadership Fellows Program to provide retired senior leaders (General Officers, Officers, Command Sergeants Major, etc.) that will help teach and facilitate important leadership discussions with AUSA chapters. This initiative will mirror the diversity of the Total Army as young leaders continue to learn how to build and lead cohesive teams within their units.

Leadership Classes and Modules

The AUSA Center for Leadership will have the unique opportunity to leverage technology to accelerate learning and inspire audiences on leadership topics. Modules will be available for our 9 regions and 120 chapters in September 2022!