Hoskins Completes Chamber of Commerce's Diversity Leadership Program

A new diversity leadership program at the Greensboro Chamber of Commerce brings together individuals from all backgrounds to create an environment that fosters impartiality, imagination and progress.  Other Voices — the Chamber’s signature diversity, equity and inclusion program — attempts to do just that by expanding one’s individual knowledge about bias, discrimination, prejudice and racism while deep diving into topics that can be difficult to talk about, such as religion, sexism and poverty. At the center of this program, participants learn from the experiences of others while reflecting on their own personal journeys, which creates a safe environment for everyone to enact real change.  “I highly recommend the Greensboro Chamber of Commerce’s Other Voices program and want to thank University Libraries’ Administration Department for sponsoring my application." This year, University Libraries’ sponsored the application of External Engagement Coordinator Nakia Hoskins, who grad

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