GRIOT Leadership Series: M.E.N. Panel Discussion

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    • Thursday April 13, 2017 - Friday April 14, 2017
      11:00 am - 12:59 pm
  • Location: Student Center Ballroom
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Summary Sentence: African American males in leadership positions at Georgia Tech will share their thoughts on mentoring, engagement and networking

Full Summary: The event will highlight the achievements and success of African American males in leadership positions at Georgia Tech, who will share their thoughts on mentoring, engagement and networking as important tools towards success.

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The event will highlight the achievements and success of African American males in leadership positions at Georgia Tech, who will share their thoughts on mentoring, engagement and networking as important tools towards success.

All are welcome to participate in this panel discussion, featuring:

  • Gary May, dean of the College of Engineering
  • Archie Ervin, vice president for Institute Diversity
  • Gordon Moore Jr., executive director for Student Diversity and Inclusion
  • Marvin Lewis, associate athletic director for finance and administration for the Georgia Tech Athletic Association
  • Ricky Rowe, senior educational facility planner in Capital Planning and Space Management
  • Christopher Burke, director of community relations in the Office of Government and Community Relations (moderator)

 

About GRIOT
African Heritage: GRIOT - Facilitates visible commitment to the inclusion and valuing of employees who self-identify as Black, African, African-American, or West Indian; and provides a networking and professional development forum for employees who hold African heritage or identify with African culture.

About Employee Resource Groups:
Institute Diversity’s Staff Diversity, Inclusion, and Engagement (SDIE) unit offers six ERGs to support Georgia Tech’s efforts to build community and ensure that employees experience a greater sense of belonging. These voluntary employee associations, organized around common dimensions of diversity, have been designed to offer forums where like-minded employees can enhance their employment experience.

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Faculty/Staff, Public, Undergraduate students, Graduate students
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  • Created By: Michael Hagearty
  • Workflow Status: Published
  • Created On: Apr 11, 2017 - 10:36am
  • Last Updated: Apr 13, 2017 - 5:12pm