About the Keynote
Dr. Maura Cullen
Dr. Maura Cullen is widely considered one the nation's foremost authorities on diversity issues on college campuses today. With over 25 years of experience as a trainer and keynote speaker, she received her doctorate in Social Justice and Diversity Education from the University of Massachusetts.
Maura is the founder of the Diversity Student Summit, a founding faculty member of the Social Justice Training Institute and author of 35 Dumb Things Well-Intended People Say. She has coached basketball and volleyball at the collegiate level.
When not at home in Maryland, you will most likely find Maura in the Green Mountain state of Vermont, hiking or snowshoeing with her family and dog. Maura's adventures have included skydiving, ice climbing, swimming with dolphins and fire-walking!
You can visit Maura at TheDiversitySpeaker.com or friend her on Facebook.
Dumb things well-intended people say:
Increasing diversity competency
Friday, March 18, 2016
1:30 - 3:00 p.m.
The Keynote presentation is free and does not require conference registration; however, conference registration assures priority seating for the keynote presentation.