TV News Anchor Joins Zig Ziglar Center

     The Zig Ziglar Center for Ethical Leadership at Southern Nazarene University announces the affiliation of Andrew Speno as a training and professional development consultant offering services through the center. With 15 years of experience in communications, Speno has produced interactive workshops and speaking engagements to foster new thinking and promote individual and organizational growth. 

“Andrew Speno is a gifted communicator with vast experience in news media and organizational communication. Because of his broad experience in business and news, his personal integrity and his vision for training individuals and organizations, he fits very well with the mission and vision of the Ziglar Center. We believe he will impact individuals and organizations around the United States through his interactive and engaging workshops,” said Dr. Tony Griffin, Executive Director.

His training and professional development presentations include “Misunderstanding in the Age of Communication,” “Responsible Networking,” and “How Newsrooms Operate.” Among his clients are the Oklahoma Federal Executive Board, The Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation, State Office of Personnel Management, Mid-America Christian University, and Oklahoma Christian University.

Andrew Speno is also a TV news anchor with the Fox News affiliate in Oklahoma City. He has 15 years experience working in newsrooms and has earned more than a dozen awards from the Associated Press, Society for Professional Journalists, and the Association of Broadcasters. His work has appeared on CNN, MSNBC, Good Morning America, and Fox News Channel. 

The mission of the Zig Ziglar Center for Ethical Leadership at Southern Nazarene University is to serve as an academic center of excellence for the study and practice of ethical leadership. It seeks to provide organizations with educational services and training to fulfill its ultimate vision of developing “a cadre of world changing leaders who think with clarity, act with integrity and serve with purpose.” 

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