More than a Parking Garage - Transformative Leadership to Shift Campus Culture
Education | On-Demand Webinar
As college campuses and universities continue to adapt to today’s changing economic and political climate, campus services must breakdown silos and reach across departments to mitigate challenges and support student success. Join NACAS CEO, Kelsey Harmon Finn, Patrick Keenan, and Emily Massa as they lead a conversation to understand how college parking & transportation professionals are leading the way toward creating outstanding services, exceptional experiences, and preparing themselves to take on more responsibility.
- Demonstrate enhanced leadership capacity to innovate business solutions within parking, transportation, and mobility
- Implement new ideas for how to manage expectations from supervisors
- Identify unique opportunities for partnerships to solve challenges in the industry
Kelsey Harmon Finn serves as the Chief Executive Officer of NACAS. Prior to joining NACAS, Kelsey’s accomplished work history includes over 15 years of progressive experience in higher education. Her time in higher education has been focused on auxiliary services and student services. Kelsey’s vision is to bring business and student development-minded individuals together, believing the out-of-classroom experience is where skills for life are fostered and the student experience thrives.
Patrick Keenan, M.Ed., PMP is the Director of Student Life Operations at the University of Minnesota Duluth, Patrick has over 35 years of experience working in higher education and, more specifically, at one University! As the director of student life operations at UMD, his energies are primarily focused on capital projects for the division and oversight of the Transportation & Parking Services department.
Emily A. Messa. Ph.D, CASAP is the Associate Vice Chancellor/Associate Vice President for Administration for the University of Houston System/University of Houston. Dr. Messa oversees a dynamic leadership team who leads dining services, parking and transportation services, bookstore operations, and a broad portfolio encompassing campus auxiliary services departments that provide core business services to the campus community.