10th Annual Etiquette Dinner
In addition to promoting awareness around the importance of etiquette in a variety of scenarios, the ultimate goal of this program is to help attendees take their already existent leadership abilities and skill sets, and fuse them into transferable skill-sets for successful real life interactions - whether it be an informal luncheon with co-workers or a four course meal at a five-star restaurant for an interview with a group of corporate executives - proper etiquette never goes out of style, and is important to know!
Save the Date
Date: Sunday, April 8, 2018
Time: 4:30 PM Location: Mabel Brown Room, Student Center
Business attire is suggested for this program, and the favor of an RSVP is required. Seats at this event are limited, and RSVPs are on a first-come, first-served basis.
The deadline to RSVP to this year’s program is Tuesday, April 3, 2018 by 4:30 pm.
Please click here to RSVP.
About this year’s program facilitator:
Gregory J. Victory, MSEd., currently serves as the Executive Director of the Career Center at Tufts University. He joined the Tufts team in summer 2016. In his role, he is responsible for the leadership and steward management of structures, operations, assessments, resources (including budget of approximately $1.2 million, fundraising, donor stewardship, and revenue generation) and professional development for twelve staff. He also oversees the strategic direction of employer relations and expansion of recruitment, especially new and emerging employers of Tufts graduates.
Prior to assuming his current appointment at Tufts, Victory served the Rhode Island School of Design (RISD) in several capacities, including Director of the Career Center, Associate Vice President for Student Affairs, and Executive Director of Continuing Education. Before RISD, Victory served as the Director of the Office of First-Year and Transfer Programs at Syracuse University (SU), where he was primarily responsible for all of the University orientation programs; and the design, implementation and evaluation of a comprehensive first-year experience.
With nearly 15 years in higher education administration, Victory also has held various positions within student affairs, such as: Associate Director of Campus and Employer Engagement at the SU Center for Career Services; and as Director of the Center for Leadership and Student Involvement at Colgate University. In addition, Greg has held roles in institutional advancement as the Director of Annual Giving at Le Moyne College, and as Associate Director of Alumni Relations at Ithaca College. He also held an adjunct faculty appointment in the Department of Communications and Rhetorical Studies for ten years in the College of Visual and Performing Arts at Syracuse University, where he taught courses on interpersonal, presentational and persuasive speech.
He is the founder and principal of an educational consulting business, "Leading2Victory," and has created a series of award winning programs relating to issues of diversity in the workplace.
Victory received a Master’s degree in Higher Education Administration from Syracuse University, and an undergraduate degree in History and Secondary Education from Le Moyne College.