“True heroism is remarkably sober, very undramatic. It is not the urge to surpass all others at whatever cost, but the urge to serve others at whatever cost.“ – Arthur Ashe
Meet the Alumni Committee
This committee is dedicated to listening to you and keeping the dialogue between our alumni and the Newfield team going. They provide a listening to what our alumni community is longing for, dreaming of, and envisioning. The committee is also enthusiastic about co-creating events with you. To contact the committee, email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Our Alumni Committee Members
Anthony Robert Novo
Meet the Advisory Board
Newfield’s Advisory Board consists of our Coaching for Personal & Professional Mastery Program graduates who have unique expertise in various business fields. The advisors bring their skills and business knowledge together to help ensure Newfield’s success and to strengthen Newfield’s impact in the world.
Our Advisory Board Members
Jack Van Wyk
Be a Room Assistant
Did you know you can experience the magic of the Newfield conference as a Room Assistant?
If you are an alumnus of Newfield’s Coaching for Personal and Professional Mastery program, then you are eligible to be a Room Assistant in our virtual 7-day intensives.
As a Room Assistant, you will be of service while re-immersing yourself in the learning, the joy of the “aha” moments, and expanding your Newfield family with a whole new group of people.
In exchange for your work, Newfield will waive the $1,500 Graduate Re-Immersion conference fee. The Graduate Re-Immersion program is for alumni who want to come back and review a ’la carte any portion of the Coaching for Personal & Professional Mastery program. Additionally, you can earn 32.5 CCEUs for attending! If you’re interested in being a room assistant, please reach out to Linda Fischer at email@example.com.
Be a Panelist on Our Grad Panels
Throughout the year, we host multiple panel discussions with our graduates so they can share their thoughts, feelings, and experiences about Newfield’s programs and training, and how it has impacted their lives, both professionally and personally.
These panels are hosted for people new to Newfield who are considering joining our community. During the webinar, we invite attendees to ask our graduates any question they may have about Newfield. Being able to share your story that comes from your heart with the people on the webinar will be a gift to us all! If you’re interested in joining us and being a panelist, please reach out to Linda Fischer at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Learning in Action (LIA) Room Opener
The monthly LIA calls are alumni-led. This means that the discussion each month is focused on a topic generated by the group and that the conversation is organic. To facilitate this, one alumna volunteers to be the Room Opener for the session.
The Room Opener reads a prepared document that outlines the pillars for our conversation. These statements form the guidelines and act as a reminder. They were developed by the participants when the LIA calls began. The Room Opener also offers a centering, a breathing exercise or some other means of grounding the participants and engendering presence. Then, the Room Opener introduces the topics and facilitates the beginning of the conversation. Each month, we take turns taking on this enjoyable responsibility.