Damon Williams, a noted expert in diversity leadership and corporate responsibility, will discuss 21st Century diversity and how it can improve organizations and society as a whole at CSU on Friday, October 6. The event is part of the Cultural Crossings speaker series hosted by CSU’s Humanities Consortium and is cosponsored by the University’s Diversity Councils.
The event will be held from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. in the Wolstein Center Conference Center, 2000 Prospect Ave E., Fourth Floor.
Damon Williams currently serves as senior vice president and chief education officer of the Boys & Girls Clubs of America and is a nationally recognized leader in developing diversity training and leadership initiatives. He previously served as vice provost and chief diversity officer at the University of Wisconsin Madison, and as scholar-in-residence for the American Council of Education (ACE) Fellowship Program. Williams is a member of the ACE Commission on Inclusion and the National Diversity Council Executive Board.
For more information about Cultural Crossings at the CSU Humanities Consortium, contact Antonio Medina-Rivera at 216-523-7175.