2022 Leading Change Institute
Kimpton Hotel Monaco
July 11-15, 2022
The LCI is held in Washington, DC. With the national headquarters for many higher education associations within walking distance and close proximity to the heart of higher education’s national policy-making body, the LCI encourages dialogue between participants, government officials, and leaders of these national organizations.
The LCI tuition includes up to six nights at the conference hotel. All lodging arrangements will be made by CLIR staff on behalf of the participants. In 2022, the Institute will be held at the Kimpton Hotel Monaco, which is located in downtown Washington, DC at 700 F St NW, Washington, DC 20004. This is in DC’s Penn Quarter, conveniently situated close to the National Mall and in easy walking distance of several of the city’s Metro lines.
The three main airports serving Washington, DC are Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport (DCA), Washington Dulles International Airport (IAD), and Baltimore/Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport (BWI), with DCA being closest to the city. The main Amtrak station in downtown DC is Union Station.
Washington, DC has a good transit system, the WMATA, which provides local train and bus service. Taxis are plentiful and easy to find in DC, and Uber and Lyft operate in DC for those who prefer car service. There are several bicycle rental companies as well with the most readily accessible being Capital Bikeshare, which has numerous locations throughout the metro area.
An overview of the LCI’s agenda can be found on the Curriculum page.
CLIR and EDUCAUSE host regular chat sessions for all alumni of the Leading Change/Frye Leadership Institutes.
The discussions are moderated by the Institute’s deans, Joanne Kossuth and Elliott Shore, and focus on a variety of topics of interest to alumni. These sessions are private and only those who have attended the Institute may participate. Invitations and reminders for the chats are issued through the all-alumni community group (see below). Questions about forthcoming chats can be sent to Lizzi Albert.
As of September 2021, Institute fellows are entitled to join the Institute’s alumni community group, which is hosted by EDUCAUSE through their EDUCAUSE Connect platform. The group is private and may only be joined by those who have participated in the Institute, so all requests to join are handled by CLIR and EDUCAUSE.
Several cohorts also have individual community groups, enabling those who went through a particular Institute together to stay in touch with their “class.” Beginning in 2022, each cohort will have its own community group established when the new group of participants is announced.
Questions about participation in or use of the community groups can be directed to Lizzi Albert (CLIR) or Veronica Diaz (EDUCAUSE).