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2024 Presidential Experience Lab

Jun 4 – 5, 2024
Palo Alto, CA

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Join EAB on June 4–5, 2024 for a curated tour through Silicon Valley, where we’ll visit cutting-edge technology companies and hear from leading academic practitioners to see how AI is already disrupting the world of work, learning, knowledge creation, and the creative arts. Download the save the date to learn more and reserve your space today.

Note: Agenda details are forthcoming. For travel planning purposes, the meeting will commence at noon on the first day and adjourn at noon on the second day.

This session is limited to presidents and chancellors. Registration is limited to one attendee per institution.

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Meeting Details

June 4–5, 2024

Meeting Location
NVIDIA Corporate Headquarters
2788 San Tomas Expressway
Santa Clara, CA 95051

Hotel Accommodations
Hyatt Regency Santa Clara
5101 Great America Pkwy
Santa Clara, CA 95054

$299/Deluxe King or Double
Reservations: 877-803-7534
Please make your reservations by May 13, 2024
Mention EAB Presidential Experience Lab to access our preferred rate or book online here.

Please make your reservation at your earliest convenience, as space and rates are subject to availability. For alternative hotel information, contact us at [email protected].

Experts associated with this event

EAB Experts

Sally Amoruso

Chief Partner Officer

Sally Amoruso is Chief Partner Officer for EAB and serves as an extension of the Office of the CEO.

In addition to advising university presidents, provosts and other executive leaders on campus, Sally leads firm-wide efforts to integrate insights and expertise across EAB’s myriad capabilities in enrollment, student success, strategy and operations to drive greater impact and more meaningful results at and for our partner institutions. She has also co-hosted EAB’s Presidential Experience Labs, bringing presidential partners to out-of-industry exemplars such as LinkedIn and Zappos to explore non-linear career paths, transformative leadership and building a more client-centric culture.

Sally has 30+ years of experience building and leading enterprises serving mission-driven organizations in education and healthcare during times of dramatic change. She has worked with senior executives, leadership teams and boards as a presenter, facilitator and catalyst in developing future visioning and driving effective strategy.

Sally is a passionate DEIJ advocate and part of EAB’s Steering Committee for VIVID, an innovative professional development program for rising leaders of color. She also hosts EAB’s Industry Insights Speaker Series, bringing thought leaders to EAB for open discussion and debate on topics such as the innovation and disruption in higher ed, the future of online education, resilience and mental health, women in leadership, and more.

She received her bachelor's in East Asian Studies from Harvard University, her master’s in international studies from the University of Pennsylvania, and her M.B.A. from the Wharton Graduate School of Business. Sally is a second-generation Asian American and proud parent of two musician-actors. She enjoys theatre and film, cooking and hiking.

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Colin Koproske

Managing Director, Research Development

Colin Koproske serves as a Managing Director within EAB’s strategic research division, overseeing research and services spanning academic affairs, enrollment strategy, student success, and strategic planning.

Colin joined EAB in 2010 and is one of the firm’s leading experts and thought leaders on the trends, challenges, and opportunities shaping the higher education landscape. He has led over 20 large-scale research initiatives on topics such as the impact of online education, progressive approaches to student advising, curricular design, experiential learning, departmental management, and the future of academic libraries. He is often called upon by EAB member institutions to present to cabinets, boards, faculty senates, and academic leaders on these topics.

Prior to joining EAB, Colin led policy and public affairs efforts for a national campaign finance reform organization in Washington, D.C., and served as a research fellow for a think tank focused on the intersection of science and philosophy.

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