“Start where you are, but don’t stay there”
— Manya Whitaker



Being Culturally Conscious Leaders, (Panel Discussion), Colorado College, September 9th

The Academic Job Search, (Graduate Student Workshop), Syracuse University, September 20th

Empowering Ourselves as Women of Color, (Faculty Workshop), Winston-Salem State University, October 16th

Thriving in Academe, (Discussion Groups), University of North Carolina Chapel Hill, October 17th

Being Culturally Conscious Leaders (Administrator Workshop), University of Washington Tacoma, January, 2020

Thriving in Academe, (Book Club and Luncheon), Boston University, March 2, 2020

Counternarratives from Women of Color Academics, (Panel Discussion), Tufts University, Massachusetts Institute of Technology,
and Boston University, March 2, 2020



Leveraging Student Identities in the Classroom, (Educator Workshop), Alzar School

Women of Color Faculty Learning Community, (Guest Speaker), University of Washington Tacoma

Reimagining Women of Color in Higher Education, (Fireside Chat), University of Denver

Managing Up in Academia, (Keynote Address), University of California Los Angeles

Ensuring Equity in K-12, (Keynote Address), Mountain Vista Community School

What is School Choice and How Do I Choose?, (Parent Workshop), African American Youth Leadership Conference

Leveraging Student Identities in the Classroom, (Teacher Presentation), Educating Children of Color Summit

Moving Beyond the Ivory Tower: Doing Research That Matters, (Keynote Address), Colorado Springs Undergraduate Research Forum

Power and Privilege in the Classroom (Faculty Workshop), Middlebury Institute of International Studies at Monterey

Advocating for Yourself as a Male of Color, (Student Workshop), Educating Children of Color Summit

Becoming a Culturally Responsive Educator, (Teacher Workshop), Imagination Celebration’s Summer Teacher Institute

Showing Up to Show Out: Student Empowerment and Student Responsibility, (Student Workshop), Franklin Pierce University

Beyond Race: Unpacking Whiteness in the Classroom, (Faculty Workshop), Franklin Pierce University