Wednesday, February 24, 11:00 am
In honour of Black History Month, The EDI + Belonging Task Force and HR&OD have partnered together to host the Elevating the Voices of Black Business Professionals in Our Communities panel.
Join a panel discussion with local Black professionals and allies on February 24th at 11am. In this moderated panel discussion, we will focus on the professional and personal experiences of each participant and how they have navigated their professions as a member of the Black community. This session is open to all staff, faculty and students.
*You must be logged into your SLC client account to gain access.
- Aba Mortley, Owner and Operator of Cher-Mere Day Spa
- Patrick Egbunonu, the Associate Dean of the School of Business at SLC Kingston
- Jonathan Daniel, Owner and Operator of JD Physiotherapy
- Henry Dollar, St. Lawrence College Student in the BScN program
EDI + Belonging Task Force:
St. Lawrence College is committed to cultivating an institutional culture that values, supports, and promotes belonging, equity, human rights, respect, and accountability among faculty, staff, and students. The College has identified “Belonging” as its fifth core value and mandate as an educational institution.
Through a consultative and collaborative process, members of the EDI Taskforce will utilize an intersectional equity lens to establish and implement a College framework and recommendations for equity, diversity, and inclusion to address the needs of the tri-campus SLC community, internal and external.