In this episode, we discuss the Higher Education Leadership Foundation (H.E.L.F.) Summit, an out-of-the-box gathering on HBCU sustainability in the current social context, in which Diverse is serving as a media sponsor.
Tune in as co-founder Dr. Herman Felton and Dr. Elfred Pinkard discuss the importance of having a convening “for us, by us” to discuss the challenges currently facing HBCUs and their next chapter. Dr. Jamal Watson is the host.
Learn more about this HBCU-centric summit and the people supporting the talent and ability to ideate, innovate, and collaborate about their futures, assuring that the tomorrows of HBCUs are bright, vital, and sustainable.
- The vision and purpose behind the H.E.L.F. summit
- What are the five major tracks that will be examined?
- Why a follow-up is necessary - what’s next after the convening?
- Who is the audience H.E.L.F. hopes to attract?
- The potential if HBCUs harness all of their power together
“This is about information sharing. How do we get folks who are doing amazing work at a small private institution to come into a circle of safety and have conversations with their peers who may be at a larger institution, who may be able to glean from one another and take that information back?”
H.E.L.F. Summit: https://ideation.heleaders.org
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