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Join us in an exciting conference as African and African American women in education join to re-build, re-educate and re-imagine the future.

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The Association of Black Women in Higher Education has an exciting conference planned for you! We will host workshops in 5 tracks:

  1. Career Development: Advancement, Career Change, Mentoring, Networking, Skill Enhancement, or Entrepreneurship
  2. Health and Wellness: Physical and Mental Health, Nutrition, Fitness, Work/Life Balance or COVID and Vaccination Education
  3. Leadership in the Academy: Commitment, Diversity, Equity, Governance, Inclusion, Strategic Planning, Support, or Vision
  4. Social Identity: Ability, Ethnicity, Gender Identity, Nationality, Race, Religion/Spirituality, Sexual Orientation, or Socioeconomic Status
  5. Student Development: Empowerment, Engagement, Health/Wellness, Navigation of the College Process, or Sense of Belonging

KEYNOTE SPEAKERS:

  • Dereka Purnell, Esquire, Human Rights Lawyer, Writer and Organizer
  • Sharon Smith-Akinsanya, CEO of Rae Mackenzie Group who works with Fortune 500 companies to attract, recruit and retain people of color

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  • Exciting musical performances and networking event
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Organizer Association of Black Women in Higher Education

Organizer of 2021 ABWHE National Conference

 Founded in 1978, the Association of Black Women in Higher Education (ABWHE) was inspired by another organizational conference, New Directions for Black Women in Higher Education. The purpose of that conference was to “discuss the issues affecting the future of higher education, and to anticipate and define the role which professional black women in higher education must play.” As a non‐profit organization ABWHE has addressed the career development of African‐American women in higher education through intellectual forums.

We provide our members with support, encouragement, mentorship and professional development opportunities.

If you are interested in receiving more information about ABWHE

ABWHE National Board Members:

Michelle D. Morrow, Ed.D., National President 

Kuan, Evans, MLA, Vice President

Diana Jackson, MPH, Secretary

Kimberly Roan, Ed.D., Treasurer

Karima Bouchenafa, MA, Financial Secretary

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