Join us in October for a new series!

As questions of race, racism, economic inequality and social justice are being discussed in our society, we are pleased to be able to offer this three part series that is intended to give our members and stakeholders a vocabulary with which to discuss these matters, as well as a framework for building and growing chapters that are equitable and inclusive.

Part 1 – For Alumni & Student Leaders // Thursday, October 8, 9PM ET/6PM PT

Part 2 – For Student & Campus DEI Leaders // Wednesday, October 14, 9PM ET/6PM PT

Part 3 – For Student Members // Wednesday, October 21, 9PM ET/6PM PT

About the Presenter:
For the entirety of her career, Monica Johnson has been active nationally in the areas of diversity, social justice, and advocacy for access and equity within higher education. In addition to serving as an independent consultant for a variety of educational institutions, professional organizations, and community-based initiatives, Monica is the current Assistant Vice President for Diversity Education and Cross-Cultural Engagement at Indiana University. Within the national diversity and social justice community, Monica proudly serves as a Co-Chair of the National Advisory Council for the National Conference on Race and Ethnicity in American Higher Education (NCORE). In March 2020, Monica was honored to present her first TEDx Talk: The Truth About Black Women and Trees: The Emotional Cost of Being a Black Woman in America. The talk is available on the YouTube and TED platforms, has be translated in 3 languages, and has amassed more than 150,000 total views.

Register, and reserve your spot now!