The Students of Urban Leadership (SOUL) Summit, organized by the Sylvania Men of Color Leadership Program, is a daylong gathering bringing male students of color together to address concerns regarding education, health and identity. The SOUL summit allows participants to connect with community leaders and organizations, in order to help them reach their fullest academic and leadership potential while contributing to their respective communities.
Keynote Speaker: Lindsey Murphy, creator of The Fab Lab with Crazy Aunt Lindsey, a popular kids science YouTube web series
- Mic Capes, hip-hop artist and activist
- Lindsey Murphy, creator of The Fab Lab with Crazy Aunt Lindsey, a popular kids science YouTube web series
- Liliana Luna-Olalde, activist and coordinator of the Rock Creek Multicultural Center
- Damola ‘D’ Omotosho, software engineer for Intel
- Nik Popp, upcoming videographer known for working with celebrity music acts
- Ian Williams, entrepreneur and owner of Deadstock Coffee
As a final capstone project for the Men of Color Leadership Program, the SOUL Summit highlights the growth the cohort has made throughout the program, while exercising their skills in networking, logistics and planning.
- Date: Friday, May 4, 2018
- Time: 8am-4pm
- Location: PCC Cascade Campus, Moriarty Arts & Humanities Auditorium
Details coming soon.
|8-9am||Breakfast and registration –Moriarty Arts and Humanities Building|
|9-9:35am||Opening remarks –Moriarty Arts and Humanities Building|
|12:00-1:15pm||Lunch and Keynote Speaker|
The Men of Color Leadership Program is a yearlong program designed to increase the recruitment, retention, and completion rates of men of color enrolled at PCC Sylvania. This innovative leadership program creates an atmosphere of unity and community, promotes academic excellence, connects students to campus resources, and engages participants in social justice education.
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