Former Miss America Contestant, Disability Advocate, Loud & Proud Show Host
Assistant Professor of Business Administration
Rodney Glasgow is a noted speaker, facilitator, trainer and activist in the areas of diversity, equity, and social justice.
CEO of the Learning Policy Institute & Founder of the Stanford University Center for Opportunity Policy in Education; Served as Leader of President Obama’s Education Policy Transition Team
Associate Professor of History at Smith College, Expert on The History of Race, Citizenship & Slavery
The N-Word in the Classroom | Elizabeth Stordeur Pryor | TEDx
Buffy Sainte-Marie earned her degree in Oriental Philosophy from the University of Massachusetts, later received a teaching degree, and eventually a Ph.D in Fine Arts.
Social Justice Scholar & Author of "Pushout: The Criminalization of Black Girls in Schools"
Policy Advisor, Cook County State's Attorney's Office
Vice President of Research at Catalyst Research Center for Corporate Practice.
Founder of the Population Health Forum; Lecturer at the University of Washington Department of Health Services; ER Physician
Anti Bullying Speaker and Comedian
Ms. Randolph is a practicing lawyer.
Executive Director of GLSEN (the Gay, Lesbian & Straight Education Network)
Civil Rights Activist; One of the "Little Rock Nine," the First Group of African American Students Enrolled in an All-White School in 1957
Dean, Wharton School of Business; First Black Woman to Lead a Top MBA Program; Expert on Organizational Psychology & Executive Leadership
Create Opportunity from Crisis - YouTube
Baker Foundation Professor
EVP & Chief Philanthropy Officer at Salesforce.org
Motivational Speaker and Trainer on Customer Service, Leadership, Teamwork, Diversity and Communication
Got Dirt. Period. by Ka'ala Souza - YouTube
Social Scientist, Psychotherapist, Professor & Dean at the Factor-Inwentash Faculty of Social Work at the University of Toronto
America the Beautiful and Violent: Black Youth and Neighborhood Trauma in Chicago