Black Leadership in America- Past, Present and Beyond
Friday, April 4, 2014 at 6pm in Student Center Room 220
The purpose of the session of the Cultural Leadership Speaker Series is to provide a forum to discuss the black leadership in the United States in order to develop ideas on how to progress as black leaders within society. The faciltiators and participants will discuss various leadership principles and frameworks, and how they can be used as tools to rebuild community. The group will also discuss some of the prevalent issues facing the black community and what student leaders can do to aid in the transformation and elevation of the people. DeChana Roberts leads the moderation of this workshop.
The Cultural Leadership Speaker Series serves as a platform to increase the knowledge of leadership development within a cultural perspective lens. The Office of Leadership Development partners with University departments, organizations and community members to create programming designed to increase the cultural connection and experiences of the student body. The Cultural Leadership Speaker Series events will correspond with national recognition of the cultural areas, and strive for inclusivity of all racial and ethnic backgrounds. The presentation is approximately 45 minutes, followed by a 10-15 minute Q & A.