I learned just as much from my fellow participants as I did from the leaders that were on our faculty panel. It was an invaluable, inspiring moment to know that the face of leadership in our profession could truly be changed by a different way of approaching leadership.
Assistant Dean and Director of Scripps Communities of Resources and Empowerment Scripps College
For so long, making the case to support the work of student affairs has been a struggle in both large and small institutions. This is in part due to the fact that our work has not always been undergirded with the level of peer review and guidance necessary to move forward with focus and quality execution strategies. NASPA provides opportunities for reflective practice that fosters greater insight.
We will continue to embrace the responsibility of advancing inclusion and equity in higher education. We will remain a diverse reflection of talent and positive representation for the next generation of higher education's leaders. And we will use our collective capacity to amplify traditionally underrepresented and historically disenfranchised voices in the profession.
Tiffany J. Davis
Past NUFP Board Chair
Clinical Assistant Professor & Higher Education Master's Program Director University of Houston
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