Darlene Slaughter, chief diversity officer
for United Way Worldwide (Alexandria, VA)
will explore the intersection of leadership and mental
health and the role we all play as workplace allies.
Joseph Scantlebury, vice president of program
strategy for W. K. Kellogg Foundation (Battle Creek, MI)
will share leadership insights on recruitment and retention
of diverse talent and the business case for racial equity.
Angel Harris, executive director of Dress for
Success Columbus (Columbus, OH)
will lead a discussion on how to successfully navigate
employment and career transitions, no matter your title.
Alan Nevel, chief diversity and human
resources officer for The MetroHealth System (Cleveland, OH)
will share his expertise on what it takes to achieve
leadership excellence, how executives move effectively into
the C-suite - and stay there, off-the-job leadership
development and why what you do when you are not at work can
help or hinder your career path. Speaker, student advocate
and higher education professional
Merida Allen, Director of Multicultural
Education and Student Leadership at University of Dayton,
will speak on the topic Level Up: 21st Century Advice for
Minorities in Leadership and the Allies Who Help Them.
A conference workshop on how to become an
ally, panel discussions on courageous leadership, and
sharing insights from Gallup, Inc. on the ever-changing role
of the workplace and the real future of work.
See you there!
Jason and Kelli Daniels
Co-founders, L.I.F.T. 2018 – MIDWEST