Wednesday, September 4, 2013 : 7:00pm
Storer Auditorium – University Of Miami
Participants will explore mythology archetypes that permeate our anthropology and discuss common threads between them. The presentation will examine “The Hero’s Journey” a basic pattern found in many narratives from around the world and learn how these concepts are linked to our psychological roots.
Sponsored by the Beta Omega Chapter of the International Fraternity of Delta Sigma Pi as a Professional Affair during recruitment week. Open to the public.
Based on the teachings of Joseph Campbell.
Previous incarnations of this interactive seminar:
August, 2013 – Grand Chapter Congress (Seattle, WA)
March, 2013 – Southern Provincial Conference (Raleigh, NC)
July, 2012 – DSP Leadership Retreat (San Diego, CA)
Mr. Stephens was initiated into the Beta Omega Chapter at the University of Miami in April 1991 and served the chapter as President for three semesters and Vice President for of Pledge Education for two semesters. In Delta Sigma Pi, Stephens is a Golden Council Member, has served as District Director, Regional Vice President, Scholarship Committee Member and has also served as President and Chair of Delta Sigma Pi’s Leadership Foundation and is a Trustee Emeritus.
Stephens is a Board Certified Marital & Family Attorney in Palm Beach, Florida and a partner in the Palm Beach law firm Ward Damon. Stephens became board certified when he was 33 years old and shortly thereafter was asked by the Florida Bar President to chair the Marital & Family Law Board Certification Committee which creates and grades the board certification examination and oversees the entire board certification process.
Stephens is an expert in his field and has tried hundreds of complex high conflict matters. Stephens is also a frequent lecturer for Continuing Legal Education (CLE) and has been the speaker for the Family Law Section’s most successful CLE of the year for two years in a row.
Stephens is published (Stephens’ Squibs) and maintains a legal blog which is published monthly by the Florida Bar and has received over 45,000 unique hits.
He is a humble servant to his community participating in Kiwanis (past outstanding president, Hixson recipient) and has been an adult leader in the Boy Scouts of America for 7 years. Over the years, Stephens has raised over $20,000 for the Muscular Dystrophy Association and has an endowed scholarship named after him (Eddie Stephens South Florida Leadership Fund).