Leadership Conference 2013 - Panel Discussion #2: Minding the Message
MARGARET C. STARK, Director of Marketing and Admissions, joined Kendal at Oberlin in May 1994. Prior to Kendal, she worked fifteen years in professional sales and marketing at Xerox Corporation and two regional firms in Northeast Ohio. She is certified through the Xerox Corporation in Professional Selling Skills, Managing and Motivational techniques, and Branch Management. She holds a degree in communication from Ohio University in Athens, Ohio. She currently serves on The Kendal Corporation’s Brand Council. TOM FARQUHAR is head of Sidwell Friends School in Washington, DC. An experienced Quaker educator, administrator, and teacher, he also served as head of Bullis School in Potomac, Maryland, and of Westtown School in West Chester, PA. As a Quaker, Farquhar brings a deep and thorough knowledge of Quaker education as well as broad experience in administration and teaching. A graduate of Earlham College, he earned his master’s degree in education at the University of Pennsylvania and completed graduate-level applied music training at the Boston Conservatory. CHRIS HARDIE is an entrepreneur and technology consultant living in Richmond, Indiana. He’s the Principal of Summersault LLC, which has created Internet solutions for organizations locally and across the country since 1997. Chris blogs about politics, technology, marketing and community-building at ChrisHardie.com. MARTIN KELLEY is editor of Friends Journal, the monthly Quaker magazine, and founder of QuakerQuaker.org, an online community for Convergent Friends. An early adopter of social media, he writes about culture, politics and spirituality at QuakerRanter.org. He lives in New Jersey. DIANE RANDALL is the Executive Secretary of the Friends Committee on National Legislation, a Quaker lobby for peace and social justice in Washington, DC. Her background includes many years as an executive director of statewide advocacy organizations, a record of achievements in lobbying and citizen engagement and a spiritual grounding in the Religious Society of Friends.