Assistant Professor, Doctoral Program in Leadership at Creighton University
Leah Georges, Ph.D., M.L.S., is an Assistant Professor in Creighton University’s Interdisciplinary Doctoral Program in Leadership. She holds a B.A. in psychology from Creighton University, a Master of Legal Studies degree from the University of Nebraska College of Law, and a Ph.D. in Social Psychology from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. As a member of the Association of Leadership Educators, Leah teaches and advises students in leadership theory, research methodology, and policy reform.
Leah conducts research and presents to local and national audiences in the areas of millennial leadership and generational interactions and communication in the workplace, and legal decision making. She is also actively involved in the Omaha community through several nonprofit organizations, including as President of the Nebraska Innocence Project, an organization dedicated to improving the criminal justice system through education and reform. In her spare time, Leah is dedicated to empowering millennials to better their unique corners of the world and making Omaha’s ‘the good life,’ an even better life!
Presentation Title: Millennials at Work: Entitled or Inspired?