March 17, 2018
The Alumnae Board is pleased to host the 2nd Annual Boyce Lineberger Ansley ’68 Leadership Summit on March 17, 2018.
Come back to campus to reconnect with the Hollins of today and learn how you can contribute to keeping the Hollins community alive, relevant, and vibrant in the 21st century. Invest in your volunteer leadership skills and make an impact within your many communities and spheres of influence – including Hollins!
The BLA Leadership Summit features:
Kick-off address from our new president, Pareena G. Lawrence
Luncheon keynote from our new executive director of career development, Karen Cardozo
Group discussions on volunteerism, leadership, career development, admissions, and community involvement
Arrive early for a networking reception and dinner Friday evening, before diving into a fun and inspirational Saturday!
To register for the Boyce L. Ansley Leadership Summit click here!
Country Inn & Suites (3-minute drive from campus)
7860 Plantation Rd, Roanoke, VA 24019
Make reservations by calling 540-366-5678.
Hollins Rate: $70.00/night + tax.
Use the group code HLCB.
(4 minute drive from the Roanoke-Blacksburg Regional Airport, and a 15 minute drive from campus), 2801 Hershberger Road, Roanoke, VA, 24017.
Make reservations online at sheratonroanoke.com or call 540-563-7924 or 1-800-325-3535.
Hollins rate: Subject to availability.
Identify yourself w/ group name “Hollins Boyce Ansley Leadership Summit.”
The Leadership Summit is named in memory of Boyce Lineberger Ansley, class of 1968, recognizing her exemplary personal investment in the Hollins community as both a dedicated volunteer and a generous donor.
As a student at Hollins, Boyce was a creative writing participant, a member of ADA, and a German major. She stayed very much involved and dedicated to Hollins as an alumna. Boyce served as a member of the Board of Trustees for an extraordinary 24 years. In addition, she provided leadership as Reunion Gift Chair for the class of 1968, as a member of the Alumnae Board, the Parents Council, and the Campaign Cabinet. Boyce received the Rath Award for extraordinary commitment and participation in the life of Hollins. She also received the Distinguished Alumna Award in honor of her exceptional leadership in the non-profit community.