What You Wish You Knew: Resiliency for BIPOC Leaders in Non-Diverse Spaces

Friday, October 28 | 9:45AM–10:30AM MT | Mile High Ballroom 4A-C, Ballroom Level
Session Type: Breakout Session
Delivery Format: Presentation/Panel Session
How do you bring your authentic self to work? What role does mentoring play? Do you know what successful mentoring looks like? When you are faced with inequity and adversity in your organization, what tools do you have in your arsenal? A diverse panel at various stages of their careers will discuss the difficult questions around leadership from a BIPOC perspective, provide advice on building resiliency, and balancing tensions between work, identity, and navigating power in higher education.

Presenters

  • Dr.Roweena Carlos Carlos

    Assistant CIO, New Jersey Institute of Technology
  • Wes Johnson

    Executive Director Campus IT Experience, University of California, Berkeley
  • Faye Snowden

    Director, Technology Program Office, University of California, Berkeley
  • Jase Teoh

    Senior Director, Academic Technology, California State University Maritime Academy

Resources & Downloads

  • What You Wish You Knew Resiliency for BIPOC Leaders in NonDiverse Spaces

    Updated on 11/5/2022