Virtual Panel: Resilience in Practice, February 24

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Do you define resilience as an individual practice or a collective behavior? How can we foster a sense of resilience? How do the military and athletes demonstrate resilience? What does science say about resilience?

Join us for a virtual panel discussion with experts who have fostered resilience in their career, education, athletics and the military.

Virtual Panel: Resilience in Practice
Wednesday, February 24, 2021
9–10 a.m. MST
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Moderator: John C. Sterling, Founder/CEO, Azimuth Leadership LLC

John served in the United States Army for 11 years and completed his active-duty contract as a Noncommissioned Officer and Military Intelligence professional.

In his civilian endeavors, Sterling founded Azimuth Leadership LLC, where he is an advocate for behavioral health and holistic wellness in sports and military communities to included retired professional athletes and student-athletes of the Peach Belt Athletic Conference. Sterling is also working toward a collaboration with the Department of State Sports Diplomacy Division for an initiative on an international behavioral health stigma reduction. In 2019, Sterling launched the T.E.A.M. (transition-empowerment-advocacy-mindset) platform, which includes annual summits, weekly peer-to-peer support engagements and a monthly podcast. Together these interactive venues have allowed him to fulfill his passion for assisting those he serves to address the unique challenges of transition as they “take off the uniform” and enter a new chapter of life.

Featuring:

  • Nancy Cooke, PhD, Professor of Human Systems Engineering, Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering
  • Karen Gallagher, PhD, Senior Researcher, ASU Global Sport Institute
  • Julie Rousseau, PhD, Adjunct Professor, Gender and Sexuality Studies, University of Southern California
  • Craig Johnson, PhD student, Human Systems Engineering, Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering