Jeff Johnson is a catalyst for conversation on topics that define the culture of today. From his celebrated dialogue with marquee world figures, who include the presidents of the Republic of Liberia and Sudan, President Obama, and Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, to his grass-roots trench work to help create a better society, Jeff continues to be a trailblazing social entrepreneur and authentic voice for change.
Kim Norwood is a professor of law and professor of African and African-American Studies at Washington University. Born in Harlem, N.Y., she attended law school at the University of Missouri-Columbia, where she became the first black person in the school’s history to become a member of the prestigious Missouri Law Review. Her first book, "Color Matters: Skin Tone Bias and the Myth of a Post-Racial America," was published in 2013.
This year's Statewide Collaborative Diversity Conference focuses on broadening the community with best practices showcased by diversity professionals from around the nation.
Whether you're in the corporate, non-profit, educational or government sector, this statewide conference will help advance your recruitment and retention efforts.
This year’s Statewide Collaborative Diversity Conference focuses on broadening the community with best practices showcased by diversity professionals from around the nation.
Show your support for the Conference and its statewide impact.
Take advantage of an adjacent professional development opportunity by attending the Women’s Leadership Conference April 25-26 in PSU.