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Make an Impact: Key Action Items From the Scheller Impact Speaker Series on Race, Social Justice, and Diversity & Inclusion
Make an Impact: Key Action Items From the Scheller Impact Speaker Series on Race, Social Justice, and Diversity & Inclusion
The Institute for Leadership and Social Impact hosted their Impact Speaker Series centered on anti-racism, social justice, diversity, equity, and inclusion. Read the calls to action provided from these panel discussions.
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During an ILSI Impact presentation, a group of Atlanta changemakers discussed what civic innovation is and how to organize for social change.
What is Civic Innovation? Four Strategies for Contributing to a More Equitable Society
Civic innovation. It’s a concept that is gaining increased relevance as our society recognizes the fact that all citizens can and should be empowered to be problem solvers. Civic innovation elevates community-driven ideas and solutions to address inequality and build trust in the public sector. And it’s a mindset each of us can engage in.
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Top row: Senator Tonya Anderson (D-Lithonia); Representative Houston Gaines (R-Athens); Bottom row: Doug Ammar, Executive Director of the Georgia Justice Project; and Lisa McGahan, Policy Director at the Georgia Justice Project
Scheller Institute for Leadership and Social Impact Hosts Conversation on Criminal Justice Reform, Racial Disparities, and Bipartisanship
The Scheller College of Business Institute for Leadership and Social Impact hosted a discussion on Georgia’s new criminal justice reform bill, racial disparities in the criminal justice system, and how bipartisanship can make a difference in the
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Dr. Beverly Daniel Tatum, author of "Why Are All the Black Kids Sitting Together in the Cafeteria?” and Other Conversations About Race" and president emerita of Spelman College
“Ask the question: ‘Who’s missing?’”: A Conversation with Dr. Beverly Daniel Tatum
Dr. Beverly Daniel Tatum, an award-winning educational leader, best-selling author, and noted expert on the psychology of racism recently talked with Dean Maryam Alavi of Georgia Tech Scheller College of Business on the themes of prejudice, racism, discrimination, and racial bias.
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Scheller College of Business Dean’s Office and Institute for Leadership and Social Impact Partner to Host Fall 2020 Conversations on Race, Equity, and Inclusion
Scheller College of Business Dean’s Office and Institute for Leadership and Social Impact Partner to Host Fall 2020 Conversations on Race, Equity, and Inclusion
Scheller College Dean Maryam Alavi and the Diversity & Inclusion Speaker Series is partnering with the Institute for Leadership and Social Impact (ILSI) to host an impressive line-up of speakers who will center their discussion around race, social justice, equity, and inclusion. The series runs from September to November and is open to the public.
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Eight Scheller Community Members Honored in 2020 Georgia Tech Alumni Association 40 Under 40
Eight members of the Scheller College of Business community made the list of 40 distinguished honorees in the Georgia Tech Alumni Association’s inaugural "40 under 40" list.
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Amanda Miller, first-place winner "Trafficked" in the Problem Discovery Track
2020 Ideas to Serve Competition Focuses on Communities in Atlanta and Around the World
The Institute for Leadership and Social Impact (ILSI) is thrilled to announce the results of the 2020 Ideas to Serve Competition (I2S).
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Dori Pap, Assistant Director, Institute for Leadership and Entrepreneurship
Sports: A Key Player in Dori Pap's Life
In 2000, Dori Pap came to the United States to play volleyball for the Yellow Jackets, and she never left. Today she is the managing director for Georgia Tech’s Institute for Leadership and Social Impact (formerly the Institute for Leadership and Entrepreneurship).
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