Inclusion Services and Programs is excited to introduce a new initiative to the UWF community - The Inclusion Series Spotlight. The spotlight series provides an opportunity for students andstaff to engage in conversations with people who hold historically non-traditional roles. Come join Inclusion Services and Programs as we learn more about the "people in our neighborhood".
Incluson Series Spotlights: "Who Killed Emmett Till?" shared by the cousin of Emmett Till - Ms. Deborah Watts, is an author, motivational speaker, entrepreneur, and CEO who has established herself as an international marketing and business consultant to numerous organizations. She is a native of Omaha, Nebraska and is multi-talented in numerous arenas. She earned a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Organizational Management and Communications from Concordia University. As the successful author of 101 ways to know you’re “black” in corporate America, she has reached broad audiences as a panelist, guest speaker and in conducting seminars and workshops to spark dialogue in corporate settings about the value of diversity/inclusion and the importance of creating healthy multicultural workplaces and relationships.
Come hear this compelling story, Thursday, March 21, 2013 at 6:30 pm in the Argo Athletic Club (parking lot A).
This event is free and open to the public.
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