Administrative Professionals Day

Elizabeth HuntleyWhat: Administrative Professionals Day Luncheon

When: Wednesday, April 25, 2018, 11:30 a.m. - 1:30 p.m.

Where: The Auburn University Student Center

Cost: $25

Keynote Speaker: Elizabeth Huntley, Auburn University Board of Trustees member

Event details

This event is designed to honor all administrative professionals and office assistants for their ongoing contributions to Auburn University.  Seating is limited so we recommend that you complete the registration form and return it with your payment ASAP.  For those departments requesting checks for payment via Auburn University Foundation, send a copy of your request to Human Resources so that you and your group are added to the list in a timely manner.  For additional information contact Human Resources at (334) 844-4145.

About the speaker

Huntley is a civil litigation attorney, author, motivational speaker, and a committed child advocate who has served on the AU Board of Trustees since 2012. 

As an individual whose childhood was tainted by poverty, sexual abuse, and other challenges, Huntley has become a well-known child advocate in Alabama.  She serves on several boards, including Leadership Alabama Board of Directors, Children's First Foundation Board of Directors, Children's Village Board of Directors, Alabama School Readiness Alliance and Project Gear (president and co-founder).  Huntley also serves as a motivational speaker to various groups and organizations where she challenges audiences to adopt her "no excuses" philosophy.  She recently published her personal memoir, "More Than a Bird," which recounts her childhood journey from unimaginable darkness to radiance.  (She will have copies of the book for sale at the luncheon.)

Huntley earned a bachelor's degree in political science from Auburn in 1993, and a law degree from the University of Alabama in 1997.  As an attorney with Lightfoot, Franklin & White in Birmingham, she practices in the areas of banking and financial services, consumer law, business litigation and products liability.  She and her husband, Tony, reside in Clanton, with their two daughters, Ada Ruth and Sarah Beth, and one son, AJ.


Last updated: 03/22/2018