Robert N. Page, Jr.
Robert N. Page Jr. serves currently as a NASPA Fellow. Previously, he served as the Executive Director for Equity and Inclusion at the Metropolitan Community College in Kansas City, MO. Formerly the Director of the Office of Multicultural Affairs at the University of Kansas, he has worked in postsecondary education for over 30 years and specializes in retention and recruitment programs, diversity training and awareness, conference coordination, and budgeting and strategic planning as well as the motivation of all students to achieve at their highest potential. Robert is certified and trained through the National Multicultural Institute and the Institute on Racial Justice. His areas of expertise include multiracial identity, dominant culture privilege, training and curriculum design, equitable policies and practices, multicultural education, multilingual issues, inclusive decision-making processes, multicultural curriculum training, cultural communication, and a specific focus on micro-inequities and affirmations.
Robert is the founder of the National Black Greek Leadership Conference, the “Am I My Brother’s Keeper” Male Empowerment Conference, and the African American Male Summit at NASPA and ACPA. He led efforts to create the Minority & Friends Network at the Oshkosh Placement Exchange and the Tunnel of Oppression Diversity Activity. Robert is actively engaged with NASPA and ACPA.
He holds a Master of Science in Counseling from Central Missouri State University and is currently working on his terminal degree in Higher Education. Robert is the proud father of his two daughters Morgan and Madison and son Aidan.