Join UW-Green Bay’s Social Work program for an all-day Social Justice Summit on June 2, 2022, with keynote Denise O’Neil Green, a visionary and inspirational leader, and one of the nation’s recognized experts in transformational and strategic diversity and inclusion leadership. She will present and galvanize thought and discusion on “Growing Racial Equity, Diversity, Inclusion, and Decentering Whiteness.”
The summit will take place virtually or in-person at the University Union in Phoenix Rooms ABC, with registration starting at 8:30 a.m. Networking and lunch will also be available.
In addition to O’Neil Green, faculty will be leading breakout sessions:
- Vice Chancellor for University Inclusivity & Student Affairs, Corey King
- Director of Inclusive Excellence and the Pride Center, Stacey Christian;
- Assistant Prof. Cary Waubanascum Hawpetoss
- Social Work Lecturer, Sheng Lee Yeng
- Associate Professor and Program Coordinator, Jolanda Sallmann
- Shelby Mitchell of Family Services.Breakout topics will include:
- Racism and microaggressions against African Americans
- Colonialism and First Nations people
- Human Trafficking
The cost of the virtual summit is $20 (keynote presentation only) and in-person summit $30.
If you have any questions or would like to request free admittance, please contact Teri Zuege-Halvorsen, executive regional manager, Continuing Professional Education, at 920-465-2862 or email@example.com. Licensed professionals may earn continuing education credit for attending. An agenda and more information about the summit are available on the website.