Event Title

Black Leaders Who Have Inspired Us

Location

DeSantis Building, Room 5026, Nova Southeastern University

Event Website

https://www.nova.edu/inclusion/diversity-dialogues/index.html

Start Date

2-5-2019 12:00 PM

End Date

2-5-2019 1:00 PM

Disciplines

Arts and Humanities | Social and Behavioral Sciences

Description

Let’s celebrate Black History Month by sharing our stories and insights about Black leaders who have inspired us through their words and actions.

Adrian N. Carter is a conflict resolution expert helping individuals and corporations understand and solve problems by serving as a leadership development trainer and life & relationship building coach. He has been impacting organizations and institutions of higher education for over 16 years with his dynamic and progressive ability to lead, resolve conflict, and create solutions -- making him a sought after keynote speaker and leadership development trainer.

Ghenete “G” Wright Muir is an attorney, writer and LGBT+ advocate. As part of her advocacy work she produces “Thou Art Woman” -- a visual and performing art series celebrating LGBTQ women and allies. G also serves on the American Bar Association (ABA) Commission on Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity and as Co-Chair of the ABA LGBT+ Forum. Now fully vocal and visible as a gender non-conforming lesbian, G shares her LGBT+ life as @verygtv on Facebook and Instagram and blogs at www.verygtv.com.

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Feb 5th, 12:00 PM Feb 5th, 1:00 PM

Black Leaders Who Have Inspired Us

DeSantis Building, Room 5026, Nova Southeastern University

Let’s celebrate Black History Month by sharing our stories and insights about Black leaders who have inspired us through their words and actions.

Adrian N. Carter is a conflict resolution expert helping individuals and corporations understand and solve problems by serving as a leadership development trainer and life & relationship building coach. He has been impacting organizations and institutions of higher education for over 16 years with his dynamic and progressive ability to lead, resolve conflict, and create solutions -- making him a sought after keynote speaker and leadership development trainer.

Ghenete “G” Wright Muir is an attorney, writer and LGBT+ advocate. As part of her advocacy work she produces “Thou Art Woman” -- a visual and performing art series celebrating LGBTQ women and allies. G also serves on the American Bar Association (ABA) Commission on Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity and as Co-Chair of the ABA LGBT+ Forum. Now fully vocal and visible as a gender non-conforming lesbian, G shares her LGBT+ life as @verygtv on Facebook and Instagram and blogs at www.verygtv.com.

https://nsuworks.nova.edu/cahss_diversitydialogues/2018-2019/lectures/5