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2 Richard J. Telfer, Ph.D., Chancellor Beverly Kopper., Ph.D., Provost & Vice Chancellor of Academic Affairs November 21, 2014 Vicki Washington Associate Vice President Office of Inclusivity, Diversity, Equity, Dear and Student BSU Success Students (IDEASS). & Advisors: University of Wisconsin-System In this spirit, you are encouraged to maximize your participation in the conference. 18h We Annual wish to National remind you Black that the Student conference Union attire Conference is BUSINESS CASUAL at all times. (13th Expand Annual your NEON friendship Corporate circle and Fair) meet new people who could become lifetime November friends and colleagues , 2015 University of Wisconsin-Whitewater Sincerely, Acknowledgements Terri Jones, Administrative Coordinator Rita A. Pulliam, Coordinator Conference Hospitality J.B. Elzy, Ed.D., Photographer Janet Elzy, Photographer John Stone, Ph.D., Dean Graduate Welcome Studies & Continuing to the 17th Education Annual National Lincolnshire Black Marriott Student Resort Union Conference. The theme "Becoming an Advocate; Lincolnshire, Working Illinois to change the Community" Janice Hughes, is especially OE Consultant designed to help you accomplish your goals and obligations American during Family your Insurance college days and as you enter your profession. The conference is LaRuth defined McAfee, as developmental, Ph.D. sharing models that we encourage you to replicate on Assistant your college Dean, Office campus. of Diversity, Inclusion, and Funding UW-Madison BSU Advisors Roundtable College of Lake County Friday, May 1, 2015 Beverly Phelps Bowling Green State Univ. Carthage College NEON Corporate Cleveland and State Graduate Univ. School Fair *College of Lake County 12:00 *Daley pm College Conference Registration (11:00 DePaul am) University Main Brace 1:00 Edgewood pm College Reception/Corporate Comments *Elgin Community Grand College Marquee 3:00 *Goshen pm College Networking Sessions Grand Rapids Community Great Lakes College I-IV 4:00 Harper pm College Exhibits Illinois Wesleyan Salons University E,F,G,H IIUPUI Inver Hills Community College 5:00pm Lincoln Conference Land Community Registration College Mansfield University Main Brace 7:00pm *McHenry Opening Community Program College & Reception *McPherson College Grand Marquee *Minnesota State-Mankato *Monmouth College Student Morehead Conference State University Coordinators: Radford University Ramapo Jasmine College Adams, BSU President, *Ripon College *Rock Valley College *Thaddeus Stevens College of Technology University of Toledo University of Dubuque University Richard of Greenfield, Northern Iowa Vice President, Student University Govt. of Oregon University Daley of College Pittsburgh UW-Eau Claire *UW-Green Bay UW-La Crosse Welcome: UW-Oshkosh UW-Parkside UW-Platteville Tyisha Hathorn, Ph.D. UW-River Falls *UW-Stevens Point UW-Waukesha Associate Director, Graduate Minority Programs * Waubonsee Community College Weber University State University of Florida Remarks: Paul Hudson, Ph.D BSU Advisor Lincoln Land College Conference Challenge: Duboi McCarty, Advisor Black Student Union, Harper College MY BSU ON STAGE * Institutional Members Entertainment: Carl Cole, Pianist Rockford, Illinois Participating Campuses 2 P.O. Box 216 Jasmine Adams Whitewater, WI Richard Greenfield BSU President, Vice President, Student Government (920) (Office) Richard J. Daley College (262) (Fax) TIFU Cultural Ensemble Closing Remarks: Richard McGregory Jr., Ph.D. Assistant Vice Chancellor, Multicultural Affairs & Student Success

3 Richard J. Telfer, Ph.D., Chancellor Beverly Kopper., Ph.D., Provost & Vice Chancellor of Academic Affairs Vicki Washington Associate Vice President Office of Inclusivity, Diversity, Equity, and Student Success (IDEASS). University of Wisconsin-System John Stone, Ph.D., Dean Graduate Studies & Continuing Education Janice Hughes, OE Consultant American Family Insurance LaRuth McAfee, Ph.D. Assistant Dean, Office of Diversity, Inclusion, and Funding UW-Madison Acknowledgements Terri Jones, Administrative Coordinator Rita A. Pulliam, Coordinator Conference Hospitality J.B. Elzy, Ed.D., Photographer Janet Elzy, Photographer Lincolnshire, Illinois 18h Annual National Black Student Union Conference (13th Annual NEON Corporate Fair) November 20-22, 2015 University of Wisconsin-Whitewater BSU Advisors Roundtable College of Lake County Friday, May 1, 2015 Beverly Phelps Friday, November 21, 2014 NEON Corporate and Graduate School Fair 12:00 pm Conference Registration (11:00 am) Main Brace 1:00 pm Reception/Corporate Comments Grand Marquee 3:00 pm Networking Sessions Great Lakes I-IV 4:00 pm Exhibits Salons E,F,G,H 5:00pm Conference Registration Main Brace 7:00pm Opening Program & Reception Grand Marquee Student Conference Coordinators: Jasmine Adams, BSU President, Richard Greenfield, Vice President, Student Govt. Daley College Welcome: Tyisha Hathorn, Ph.D. Associate Director, Graduate Minority Programs University of Florida Remarks: Paul Hudson, Ph.D BSU Advisor Lincoln Land College Conference Challenge: Duboi McCarty, Advisor Black Student Union, Harper College MY BSU ON STAGE Entertainment: Carl Cole, Pianist Rockford, Illinois P.O. Box 216 Whitewater, WI (920) (Office) (262) (Fax) TIFU Cultural Ensemble Closing Remarks: Richard McGregory Jr., Ph.D. Assistant Vice Chancellor, Multicultural Affairs & Student Success 3

4 Saturday, November 22, :00 am Registration Coatroom 7:45am Breakfast and Opening Plenary Session: Grand Ballroom Student Conference Coordinators: Jasmine Adams, BSU President, Richard Greenfield, Vice President, Student Govt. Daley College Introduction: NBSU Website Roger L. Yin, Ph.D. Information Technology Welcome: John Stone, Ph.D. Dean, Graduate Studies & Continuing Education In Pursuit of Graduate and Professional Study: Maya Holtzman Associate Director, McNair Scholars Program University of Wisconsin-Madison Introduction of Networking Sessions Overview of Community Improvement Forums: Monica Kelsey-Brown, Ph.D. Administrator and Instructor Milwaukee Public Schools Conference Staff Dr. L. Roger Yin is a Professor of Information Technology in the College of Business and Economics at University of Wisconsin-Whitewater,. Roger grew up in Taipei city and earned a B.E. in Environmental Engineering from National Chung-Hsin University in Taiwan. He holds both an M.S. and Ph.D. in Instructional Systems Technology from Indiana University, Bloomington. Dr. Yin was a Visiting Teaching Professor in the Faculty of Medicine at the Chinese University of Hong Kong in the summers of 2000 and Roger has been actively involved in information technology activities for more than 20 years including work as Developer, Manager, Consultant, and Educator. Dr. Yin has published more than 35 refereed journal articles and presented more than 50 papers in national and international conference on and related to Information Technology. Find out more about Dr. Yin at and join his micro blog at: J.B. Elzy, Jr., Ed.D. is a retired educator/administrator from the Beloit Public School District. He has had extensive experience educating multicultural students in states such as Wisconsin, Michigan, Virginia, and Delaware. His education background and employment history includes: 1977, Ed.D., Administration and Supervision, University of Virginia, Charlottesville; 1983, M.A., Teaching of the Learning Disabled, Eastern Michigan University, Ypsilanti; 1966, M.A., Administration and Supervision, Northern Michigan University, Marquette; 1964, B.A., History and Physical Education, Albion College, Albion, Michigan; , Administrator, Beloit Public Schools; , Educational Consultant and Teacher, Flint, MI. Janet Regina Elzy is a retired educator, School District of Beloit in Beloit, WI. She earned: Bachelor of Science degree in History and a Master of Science degree in Education from Northern Illinois University; Master of Arts degree in Learning Disabilities from Rockford College. She has: instructed secondary students in reading and social studies for thirty-three years in Illinois and Wisconsin; served as a Pre-Collegiate instruction at Beloit College and the in. She joined the Dialogues with Democracy Teaching American History Fellows Institute at.. Closing Remarks: Dextra Hadnot Director, Govt. Affairs AT&T 4

5 Saturday, November 22, 2014 Faculty Advisory Committee Tiffany Prather, Psy. D., CSAC, is a proud alumnus of the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater, completing the following degrees: BSE in Special Education (1992); MSE in School Psychology (1994); Post-Master s Certification in School Psychology (1995). She also earned her Psy.D. from the Wisconsin School of Professional Psychology (2008). Dr. Prather is a licensed Psychologist in Wisconsin and currently serves as a consultant world wide on military bases. She is currently in Portugal serving service members and their families. Her volunteerism as a professional in counseling ministry, healthcare psychological outreach, and family support has complemented public service activities as a member of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority. Her philanthropy is highlighted by the endowment of the Jabez Scholarship and T. Marie Prather Scholarship at the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater. Dr. Prather was recognized as the Outstanding Young Alumna at the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater in Marilyn M. Irving, Ph.D., is Professor and Associate Dean for Research and Sponsored program in the School of Education at Howard University in Washington, D.C. For the past 15 years, Professor Irving has served as principal investigator, co-principal investigator, and faculty of record on funded projects at the local and national levels. She has facilitated workshops and developed materials for secondary science and mathematics teachers and community groups. Dr. Irving has developed materials to disseminate both locally and nationally to schools, community groups, and professional development organizations. She has been recognized as Exemplar in the Field of Education. Dr. Irving and Dr. Bill Cosby have been on Larry King Live on CNN to discuss the topic of bullying. Dr. Irving has also appeared on local TV programs to speak about the effects of bullying on children or adults and suggests ways to stop bullying behaviors. Conference Staff Rita A. Pulliam graduated from Morris Brown College with a B.A. in hospitality management and a minor in business administration. Ms. Pulliam has done graduate study in education at National Lewis University. She currently works for the Hazel School District (Hazel Crest, IL). She has held assignments with Target, Aramark, the and Rockford Public Schools. Rita also serves as director of hospitality, Office of National Black Student Union. 9:30 am Networking Sessions Main Brace A. Graduate Schools Northern Illinois Univ. Western Michigan Univ. Oshkosh Placement Exchange Univ. of Florida UW-Platteville UW-Stout UW-Madison B. Gospel Choir Workshop Great Lakes I C. BSU Website Workshop Great Lakes II D. Financial Planning for Personal & Professional Success Great Lakes III E. BSU Advisors Network Great Lakes IV 10:30am Community Improvement Forums I Balancing the Ball: Academics, Athletics, and Going Pro Great Lakes I Emmanuel Newsome, Ph.D., Former Sr. VP, Student Affairs, Florida Atlantic University Jerry Kenney, Former New York Yankee II. Models for Community Advocacy Lois Wilkins, Deloitte Touche & UW-Madison Alumna III Students as Advocates, Activist, and Alumni Great Lakes II Great Lakes III Ira A. Rutherford III, President & Founder, The Rutherford Group Terri Jones, M.S. has a record of achievement in the Upward Bound Program at UW-Milwaukee, and as a King/Chavez scholar at. She received her B.A. in Broadcast/Journalism and her Master of Science degree in Mass Communication from the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater. She serves as Program Associate for the Office of Multicultural Affairs & Student Success with responsibilities for Alumni advancement support and a staff support for the National Black Student Union conference. Ms. Jones has aspirations of a career in Higher Education. IV. Connecting with the Global Community Board Room Elizabeth Ogunsola, Ed.D., Asst. to the Chancellor for Aff. Action, UW-W Janay Alston, BSU Advisor, 5

6 Saturday, November 22, :00pm Professionals on Parade I. Medical and Related Fields Great Lakes I Kelly McGregory, DO, Pediatrician, Racine, WI Dionne Harrell, DVM, Veterinarian, Milwaukee, WI Nicole Bronson-Henley, Ph.D., Research Analyst, Los Angeles County Facilitator: Brett Woods, Ph.D., Asst. Professor, Biological Sciences, UW-W II. The Legal Profession Attorney Yolanda McGowan, Legal Counsel, State of Wisconsin Attorney Joseph Hill, Hill Law Office, LLC Great Lakes II III Educating the Next Generation Great Lakes III Laurel Nobles, Educator, Program Manager, Learn It Systems, Milwaukee, WI Marijuana Sawyer-Clardy, Director, Future Teacher Program, Niya Bealin, School Psychologist, Milwaukee Public Schools Reginald Lawrence, Regional Superintendent, Milwaukee Public Schools IV. Entrepreneurship and Consumer Empowerment Great Lakes IV Wayne Hyler, President, The HYLECO Group Sherri Morgan-Bolton, Owner, Bolton Interiors V. Careers in City and State government Advisory Room Rhonda Kelsey, Purchasing Director, City of Milwaukee Eric Barber, Equal Employment Opportunity Specialist, State of Wisconsin VI. Networking with Alumni Regina Carlise-Williams, Loeb & Herman S.C. Dextra Hadnot, Director, Government Affairs, AT&T Council Room VII. Women in Corporate America Illinois/Indiana Jennifer Morrison, Commodities Manager, WE Energies Tyrene Jackson, Brand Manager, Urban FM Adult, Milwaukee, WI Rokeisha Robinson-Hopgood, Senior Analyst, Fidelity National Information Services (FIS). Gyldnis King, Customer Service Manager, WE Energies, Milwaukee, WI 3:30pm BSU Advisors Forum Session I Becoming an Advocate: Changing the Community Session II "Becoming an Advocate: Changing the Community" Session III "Becoming an Advocate: Changing the Community" Session IV "Becoming an Advocate: Changing the Community" Session V "Becoming an Advocate: Changing the Community" Great Lakes I Great Lakes II Great Lakes III Great Lakes IV Great Lakes V Faculty Advisory Committee Henry T. Frierson, Ph.D., is Associate Vice President, Dean of the Graduate School, and Professor of Educational Psychology at the University of Florida (UF). He received his Bachelor s and Master s degree in Psychology and Educational Psychology, respectively, from Wayne State University; and his Ph.D. in Educational Psychology from Michigan State University. Before coming to UF Frierson was at the University of North Carolina Chapel Hill from , where he was Professor of Educational Psychology and Director of the Research Education Support Program. Frierson s interests include: program evaluation; examining the effects of mentoring; increasing the number of individuals of color in doctoral programs, research careers, and public school teaching careers. Yolanda Y. McGowan, J.D., currently serves as legal counsel for the Department of Regulation and Licensing, She is responsible for regulating over fifteen licensed professions. Ms. McGowan previously served as Director of the Bureau for Business and Design Professions. Ms. McGowan received her law degree from UW Madison, were she served as the student association vice president. As an undergraduate, she earned a BS in Political Science, from (UWW), graduating Cum Laude. Ms. McGowan continues to support UWW through: endowing the Ada Mae Alexander and Richard Breon McGowan scholarships as well as serving on the Dean s Advisory Board, College of Letters and Sciences. Nicole N. Bronson-Henley, Ph.D, holds a Ph.D. in Health Services from UCLA and an MBA from the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater. She currently works for Los Angeles County and serves as a part-time faculty member in the Department of Public Health at California State University, Los Angeles. Her professional experience is in the fields of public health and education, where she has taught for over 15 years. Nicole is committed to the Each One, Teach One philosophy and believes that every community has the ability to grow stronger and more resilient when members pass on their skills and knowledge to others. To show her dedication in helping others succeed, she is currently endowing a scholarship for multicultural students at. She currently serves on the board of several academic and community organizations, both locally and out of state. Nicole describes herself as a servant-leader, passionate about helping individuals achieve their professional goals---with excellence, patience, and humility. Goldy Tre Brown, III, Ph.D, currently is an Assistant Professor of Instructional Leadership at Auburn University at Montgomery. He has authored several publications including A School s Tale: A Case study of an Elementary Principal s Practice that supports the Achievement of Low Income Students and Contributed to an Elementary School gaining Blue Ribbon Status. His research interest include evidenced-based practices that support the achievement of low resource students in Demographically diverse schools. Goldy is an educator with extensive experience in K-12. He received a PhD in Educational Leadership and Policy Analysis from UW-Madison. He has over six years of experience as a middle school teacher and over eight years of experience as an elementary school principal at Cunningham Elementary in Beloit, WI. 23

7 Saturday, November 22, 2014 Faculty Advisory Committee 12:30pm Lunch Plenary Session Gran Ballroom Ira Albert Rutherford, III., is currently the President and Founder of the Rutherford Group, and Lecturer at the University of Michigan at Flint. Rutherford received his M.S. degree at Wayne State University, and his B.A. at Western Michigan University. He is the former superintendent of the Flint Beecher Community School District and former interim superintendent of the Flint Public School District. Rutherford currently is the President of the Hurley Hospital Board of Managers. Entertainment: Derek Johnson Director of Freshman Admissions Edgewood College Richard C. McGregory Jr., Ph.D., serves as Assistant Vice Chancellor for Multicultural Affairs & Student Success at the University of Wisconsin- Whitewater (UWW). He also serves as a lecturer in the UWW Department of Economics. McGregory has earned the following educational credentials: BBA, Marketing, University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh; MBA, Marketing/Management, University of Wisconsin-Whitewater; Ph.D., Economics, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee. His research and teaching interests address disparities in the following areas: healthcare labor markets; financial services; educational and employment outcomes. He has been actively involved with the National Economic Association and has participated in fellowships with the Diversity Initiative for Tenure in Economics at Duke University and the Management Development Program at Harvard University. Student Conference Coordinators: Jasmine Adams, BSU President, Richard Greenfield, Vice President, Student Govt. Daley College Welcome: Emmanuel Newsome, Ph.D Vice President Emeritus Florida Atlantic University 22 Monica Kelsey-Brown, Ph.D. has K-16 experience in that she has served as an administrator and instructor in higher education and currently in Milwaukee Public Schools (K-12). For the past four years, she coordinated the School Improvement Grant administered by the Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction. The grant was designed to dramatically impact student achievement in the lowest performing high schools in the district. In her previous position as Director of Academic Support Services-University of Wisconsin- Whitewater, she was successful in helping first generation student s matriculate from precollege programs (5 th -12 th grade) to college and ultimately earning doctoral degrees. She is married to Steven D. Brown and has one daughter Alexandria L. Brown. She is a proud member of Christ the King Baptist Church and Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc. Emanuel Newsome, Ph.D., is a Distinguished Service Professor of Education and the Former Senior Vice President of Student Affairs, Florida Atlantic University, Boca Raton, Florida ( ). Dr. Newsome received his Ph.D., Indiana State University; M.A., and B.S. degrees at Western Michigan University. Dr. Newsome has been a strong advocate of multicultural and international education. This has been augmented through his frequent travel abroad experiences, publications, and honors. He has made a significant contribution to entities that engage multicultural and first generation students such as the National Black Student Union by encouraging students to seek careers in higher education. Introduction of Speaker: Vicki Washington, J.D. Associate Vice President, UW-Systems Speaker: Dorri McWhorter Chief Executive Officer YWCA of Metropolitan Chicago Acknowledgement of BSU Advisors Khadijah Kellogg, BSU President Carthage College Overview of the Professionals on Parade Yolanda McGowan, J.D. Department of Regulation and Licensing State of Wisconsin Closing Remarks: DaVonne Kramer Diverse Student Programs Coordinator Goshen College 7

8 Saturday, November 22, :00pm BSU Best Practices Sessions Session I Great Lakes I Moderator, Tobias Spears, Advisor, BSU, Bowling Green State Univ. Monmouth College Lincoln Land College UW-Green Bay Grand Rapids C.C. University of Toledo Morehead State Univ. Session II Great Lakes II Moderator, Aaron White, Advisor, BSU, Illinois Wesleyan University Edgewood College UW-Waukesha Daley College Waubonsee C.C. UW-Stevens Point Session III Great Lakes III Moderator, Niesha Miller, President, BSU, Weber State University IUPUI DePaul University Harper College UW-Oshkosh UW-Stevens Point Indiana State University Rock Valley College Session IV Great Lakes IV Moderator, Clinton Glover, President, BSU, Ripon College Radford University UW-Stevens Point Carthage College Bowling Green State University University of Oregon Session V Great Lakes V Moderator, Demond Carter, Graduate Coordinator, Mansfield University College of Lake County Milwaukee Area Tech College Ramapo College Session VI Boardroom Moderator, Tabatha Robinson, Advisor, BSU, Daley College Ripon College University of Pittsburgh Goshen College Cleveland State University Weber State University Session VII Council Room Moderator, Genevieve Sanders,President, BSU, University of Pittsburgh McHenry C.C. Illinois Wesleyan University Rock Valley College Univ. of DuBuque Inver Hills C.C. The Gladney Singers, the children of George and Willie Gladney, have been singing since they were youth in church choirs. The group, composed of Sylvia Gladney, Trina Gladney-Bell, Nedra Gladney, Amanda Washington, Melissa Leonard, Melinda Gladney, and Steven Gladney was formed in their teenage years. While the core is the brothers and sisters the next generation is starting to sing with them (Jonathan Gladney, Son of Sylvia Gladney). In addition to many programs in the Milwaukee and Mississippi areas, they have sung at African World Festival, Gospel Choirs Spring Benefit Concert, and they've opened up for the Carthage Jubilee's and Canton Spirituals. Leotha Stanley began playing for gospel choirs at the age of 13 at a Baptist church in Milwaukee. He graduated from Milwaukee Marshall High School in 1974, University of Wisconsin-Madison in Stanley founded the University of Wisconsin Student Gospel Choir in Stanley has been contracted throughout the Midwest as an artist in residence, teaching blues, jazz, gospel, rap, and spirituals to public and private schools k-12. Stanley is the author of two books, be a friend, the history of African American music through words pictures and songs, and spread my wings, a songbook with 9 original songs. D.J. Marquis Marquis Boston, who goes by the stage name DJ Quis B, is currently a 3 rd year sport management student at Cardinal Stritch University in Milwaukee, WI. Along with deejaying various parties and gatherings, he also has his own radio show on Cardinal Stritch s Radio Lobo entitled, Legendz Lounge which is live every Friday 12:00pm- 1: 30pm. His creative style of mixing has lead to many opportunities to showcase those talents. He has volunteered his deejaying services to citywide forums, city official s banquets and many different nonprofit organization events. He has also deejayed various collegiate fraternity and sorority events such as the national AKA convention in Madison, WI. Although many people get into the deejaying business for the money and fame, Marquis deejays to create an atmosphere where all people can have fun and enjoy themselves. Session VIII Moderator, James Boling Jr., Advisor, BSU, UW-Waukesha UW-Eau Claire McPherson College Elgin C.C. UW-Platteville Thaddeus Stevens College of Technology 8 Advisory Room 21

9 Saturday, November 22, :00pm BSU Best Practices Sessions Session I Great Lakes I Moderator, Tobias Spears, Advisor, BSU, Bowling Green State Univ. Monmouth College TIFU Cultural Ensemble was established Lincoln in Land 1989 to College promote African UW-Green Bay American cultural arts through: dance; Grand music; Rapids theater; C.C. literature. TIFU University of Toledo Cultural Ensemble introduces students Morehead to cultural State performances Univ. on campus, in Southeastern Wisconsin, and the Chicago Metropolitan area. TIFU has an annual calendar of activities and performs at campus events such as: Session II the Martin Luther King Commemorative Event and the African Great American Lakes II Moderator, Aaron Heritage White, Lecture Advisor, Series. BSU, Illinois Wesleyan University Edgewood College UW-Waukesha Carl Cole has been an inspiration to the Daley arts College community for many years in Waubonsee C.C. Rockford, IL. He has served as a songwriter, UW-Stevens producer, Point and featured artist for events, organizations, and universities. He has been a frequent participant Session III at the AHANA Student Leadership Conference in the state of Great Wisconsin. Lakes III Moderator, Niesha Mr. Cole s Miller talent, President, has enabled BSU, him to Weber perform State jazz, blues, University classical tunes, as IUPUI well as his favorite gospel renditions for DePaul pre-college University students, college Harper College students, faculty, staff and others. UW-Oshkosh UW-Stevens Point Indiana State University Rock Valley College The University of Wisconsin-Whitewater Gospel Choir, was established in the Session IV 1970 s. Since then, the Gospel Choir has been a key factor in helping Great to improve Lakes IV the Moderator, social, Clinton cultural, Glover, and spiritual President, climate BSU, for students Ripon at College. Students are Radford University offered the option of a course credit for participating UW-Stevens in the Point choir. The choir uses a Carthage College variety of musical selections and styles to educate Bowling students Green about State historical University and contemporary of Oregon aspects of gospel music. The campus community has been encouraged to University participate in the choir and to attend the annual Winter Concert and Spring Concert. Session V The Gospel Choir is often visible at campus events such as The Martin Great Luther Lakes King V Moderator, Jr. Demond Commemorative Carter, Event Graduate and the Coordinator, African American Heritage Lecture Series. Over Mansfield University the last nine years, the Gospel College Choir of has Lake been County instructed by Leotha Milwaukee Stanley. Area Tech During College this time, the Ramapo Gospel College Choir has grown. In 2005, we were privileged to have Tamera (Jennings) Stanley join our family as the director. Session VI These two individuals have played a major role in the growth and Boardroom development of Moderator, the Tabatha Robinson, gospel Advisor, choir. BSU, Daley College Ripon College University of Pittsburgh Goshen College Cleveland State University Weber State University Colorful Voices of Praise, Monmouth College is a mime organization that not only mimes, but has a passion to deliver the word of God and Session VII help inspire college students to succeed in and out of the classroom. Council Room Each Moderator, Genevieve member Sanders of TC Soldiers,President, is a spiritual BSU, warrior University declaring of Pittsburgh a state of emergency on the lives of both Illinois believers Wesleyan and non-believers. University They boldly de- McHenry C.C. Rock Valley College clare on the kingdom of Univ. darkness of and DuBuque intercede for those of their generation. TC Soldiers firmly believe in 1 Timothy 4:12, Let no one despise Inver Hills C.C. your youth, but be an example to the believers in the word, in conduct, in love, in spirit, in faith, in purity. TC Soldiers is a group of dimensional Session VIII thinkers and worshippers with a desire to tap into another Advisory level of anointing and Boling excellence. Jr., Advisor, BSU, UW-Waukesha Room Moderator, James UW-Eau Claire McPherson College Elgin C.C. UW-Platteville Thaddeus Stevens College of Technology 7:00pm Banquet Grand Ballroom Entertainment: Leotha Stanley, Pianist Madison, Wisconsin UW-W Gospel Choir Student Conference Coordinators: Jasmine Adams, BSU President, Richard Greenfield, Vice President, Student Govt. Daley College Welcome: Nicole Bronson-Henley, Ph.D. Department of Public Health Los Angel County Introduction of Speaker: Janay Alston, BSU Advisor Speaker: Greg Harrison, BSU President Bowling Green State University Acknowledgement of Institutional Members Richard McGregory Jr., Ph.D Assistant Vice Chancellor, Multicultural Affairs & Student Success University of Wisconsin-Whitewater Acknowledgement of BSU Presidents Byron Adams, Advisor BSU UW-Oshkosh Closing Remarks: Kyonna Withers, BSU Advisor Ripon College 10:00pm-1:00am Entertainment Grand Ballroom Disc Jockey: Marquis Boston PROPER ATTIRE REQUIRED 9

10 Sunday, November 23, :30am Sunday Brunch Grand Ballroom Student Conference Coordinators: Jasmine Adams, BSU President, Richard Greenfield, Vice President, Student Govt. Daley City College How We Celebrate: Ira Rutherford III. President & Founder The Rutherford Group Selection: Colorful Voices of Praise Monmouth College Introduction of Speaker: Markise Jackson, BSU President College of Lake County Speaker: Rika Calvin, BSU President UW-Stevens Point Closing Remarks: Richard McGregory Jr., Ph.D. Assistant Vice Chancellor, Multicultural Affairs & Student Success Selection: The Gladney Singers Lois Wilkins, Lois has earned undergraduate and graduate degrees from the following institutions: BA (1995), English, UW-Madison; MA (2009), English, Valparaiso University, Master of Library & Information Science/Genealogy Certificate (2011), UW-Milwaukee. She has begun writing the story of her family, OUR ROOTS RUN DEEP, and has helped others begin writing their family stories. Becoming an advocate and working to change the community is Lois lifelong mission. For years, she has volunteered with Habitat for Humanity. Through her church, she spearheaded a community Farmer s Market. She assists startup nonprofits with organizing, writing mission statements, grants, etc. Her most recent projects are volunteering with the launch of Chicago Foodseum and with the City of Gary, Indiana to join community gardeners and local farmers markets. She also works with her sorority Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Incorporated. Gerald Kenney, is a distinguished resident of Beloit, Wisconsin who graduated from high school in 1963 as a three sport letterman; football, baseball and basketball. Gerald attended Central College, Pella, Iowa and was drafted by the New York Yankees where he played professionally from He ended his professional baseball career with the Cleveland Indians in Following his professional baseball career, Gerald was: an executive with the Brunswick Records, ; IT Support for WPS Insurance, ; IT Support for American Family Insurance, His civic engagement consist of support for the Merrill Community Center; work with the Beloit Black Male Role Models; volunteer baseball coach at Beloit Memorial High School; support for King/Chavez Scholars,. Regina Carlisle-Williams, is a family law legal assistant at Loeb & Herman, S.C. in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. She has over 35 years of experience as a family law legal assistant. Ms. Carlisle-Williams is a graduate of the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater. She is the recipient of many awards including the Wisconsin Law Journal Unsung Heroes Award, the Legal Professional of the Year Award, Award for Excellence in Mentoring, an award from the African American Committee of the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater, Delta Trailblazer Award, and the Delta of the Year Award. In addition, Ms. Carlisle-Williams received a Proclamation from the Mayor of Milwaukee for her outstanding services to the legal community as well as her public service to the community. Ms. Carlisle- Williams served for 11 years as the Wisconsin State Coordinator for Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. Tyrene Jackson is currently the Operations Manager at 1290 WMCS radio station in Milwaukee, WI. Her broadcasting background includes being a Program Director as well as an On Air Personality - hosting both music programs and talk shows. Tyrene, known professionally as TJ, also performs other duties such as: voice overs; community events planning; and oversight of the radio station website. She earned a Bachelor s of Arts degree in Broadcast Journalism/Public Relations from the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater. Tyrene has also won numerous awards throughout her broadcast career. Some of her affiliations include: Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc.; and The Black Public Relations Society of America

11 Rhonda Kelsey is currently a member of Milwaukee Mayor Tom Barrett s Cabinet, serving as the City of Milwaukee s Purchasing Director and head of the Department of Administration s - Business Operations Division. As the City s Purchasing Director, Ms. Kelsey is responsible for the centralized management of the procurement of approximately $90 million dollars worth of goods and services for the City of Milwaukee, WI. In this position, she is responsible for directing the staff and the operations of the Procurement Services Section, the Emerging Business Enterprise Office, and the Document Services Section. Prior to holding this position, she served as the Policy Planning Coordinator for the Office of Milwaukee Mayor Tom Barrett and served as a member of the Mayor s Executive Accountability In Management (AIM) Team. Ms. Kelsey has also held progressive positions throughout her career in local government in the areas of budget and policy analysis and small, minority and women owned business contracting compliance. Rhonda is the mother of a beautiful daughter, Haleigh. Marijuana Sawyer-Clardy, serves as Director of the Future Teacher Program and Coordinator for Recruitment and Retention in the College of Education and Professional studies at the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater. A graduate and former school teacher, she is s 2012 Outstanding Women of Color in Education. Marijuana is a second year PhD student majoring in higher education leadership and holds a Bachelor s degree in education and a Master s degree in higher education administration. Dorri McWhorter, A proven leader in the corporate and social change sectors, brings nearly 20 years of experience to her position as YWCA Metropolitan Chicago s chief executive officer. A socially-conscious business leader throughout her career, McWhorter is an active member of Chicago s civic, business and philanthropic communities. Most recently, she was a partner at Crowe Horwath LLP, one of the largest accounting firms in the U.S. She has also held senior positions with Snap-on Incorporated and Booz Allen Hamilton. McWhorter has won numerous awards and accolades, including Athena International s Young Professional Leadership Award (2010), Chicago Business Leader of Color (2009 honoree), Diversity MBA Magazine s Top 100 Under 50 Executive Leaders (2009 recipient) and the Illinois CPA Society s Outstanding Leadership in Advancing Diversity Award (2010). She received her bachelor s in business administration from the University of Wisconsin-Madison and her master s in business administration from Northwestern University s Kellogg School of Management. Eric Barber, a Human Resources Professional with 10 years of experience in executing major HR processes with diverse groups at varying levels of an organization. Currently, he provides guidance for Wisconsin state agencies in policy and procedure development focused around recruitment and retention efforts. Eric has also been able to excel athletically. Reginald L. Lawrence II, currently serves as a Regional Superintendent of Schools for the Milwaukee Public School District. On a daily basis, he provides leadership and vision to a region of schools serving in the ongoing establishment of goals, planning, development, coordination, implementation, and evaluation of district curriculum and instructional programs for current district-wide administrators. For the past 23 years, he has served the district in numerous teaching and leadership capacities aimed at improving the quality of education for children in the City of Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Mr. Lawrence received both his M.S. and B.S. degrees from the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater, and is currently pursuing a Doctorate in Administrative Leadership. He is the proud father of one daughter Kaela Lawrence and is a proud member of Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc. Tremayne Clardy Ed.D. is in his 17th year in education and currently serves as Principal at Sennett Middle School in Madison, WI. He earned his Doctorate from Aurora University majoring in Education Leadership. His area of expertise and research is the minority achievement gap in education. Tremayne holds a Master's Degree in Teaching and Leadership from Aurora University and a second Master's Degree in curriculum and instruction from the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater. He obtained his Bachelor's degree from the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater in Education. Riká Calvin, from Milwaukee, WI, is currently a senior at UW Stevens Point double majoring in Political Science and Philosophy with a minor in Sociology. She is currently in the process of applying to law school to earn her JD in Criminal Law with an emphasis in juvenile justice. DaVonne Kramer, born in South Bend,IN, DaVonne joined the CIIE team in 2013 after serving in the Goshen College Student Life Department for 2 years as a Resident Director/Director of Campus Activities. She brings her passion for helping students succeed and vast experience of both working with students of color and involvement in diversity education/training to her new role. Her focus is on diverse student leadership development and diversity programming via creating, integrating and partnering across campus departments to support students of color in personal, spiritual and social development with special focus on their academic enrichment and student success. She has previously sat on several diversity committees, served as an Education Advisor at Ivy Tech Community College, and ran various mentoring and tutoring programs. Harris earned a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from Bethel College (Mishawaka)

12 Joseph D. Hill, J.D., has been the proprietor of the Hill Law Office, LLC, a private law practice for over thirty years, with emphasis being placed on Personal Injury Plaintiff representation and Education law. The Education law practice is focused upon legal and racial issues associated with Special Education, student discipline, and institutional policy, practice and procedures. His educational background consist of a B.B.A from the University of Wisconsin- Whitewater, a M.S. from the University of Wisconsin Milwaukee, and a J.D. degree from the University of Houston. Kelly McGregory, DO, is currently employed as a board-certified pediatrician with Advocate Good Shepherd in Racine, Wisconsin. Previously, McGregory served as a pediatrician with Beloit Health Systems; Crusader Clinic, Rockford, Illinois. Prior to completing a pediatric residency at Advocate Lutheran General in Parkridge Illinois, she completed a Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine (D.O.) degree from Western University of Health Sciences in Pomona, California. A native of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, McGregory completed a B.S. in Psychology from the University of Virginia and a M.S. in Biomedical Sciences from Barry University in Miami, Florida. Janay Alston, is currently one of two Advisors for the Pathway for Success program in the Academic Advising & Exploration Center at the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater. She completed her undergraduate degree at in 2009 and her Master's degree at The Ohio State University in My educational background includes, but is not limited to Clinical Social Work and Psychology. She had a great opportunity to counsel high school students following graduate school and now advising college students. For the past two years she has enjoyed working with both traditional and non-traditional students, providing intrusive and developmental advising in addition to academic and personal support. The Pathway for Success program provides additional academic support some students may need to ensure academic success during the critical first year of college. In her spare time, she enjoys hanging out with family and at church. Niya S. Bealin is currently employed as a School Psychologist with the Milwaukee Public School District. She graduated from the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater with a Bachelor of Science in Psychology (2004) and a Master of Science in Education (2006). She is a member of several organizations including Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc., the Wisconsin School Psychologists Association and the American Psychological Association. Presently, she is enrolled at the Wisconsin School of Professional Psychology pursuing a doctorate degree in clinical psychology. Dextra Hadnot earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in journalism from Marquette University after obtaining an Associate of Arts degree in general education from Milwaukee Area Technical College. Mr. Hadnot currently serves as Director, Government Affairs for AT&T Wisconsin. He previously served as Director, External Affairs for AT&T Wisconsin, and lobbyist, City of Milwaukee. Mr. Hadnot currently serves in a myriad of capacities in the community including the African American Chamber of Commerce, Hispanic Chamber of Commerce, and Wauwatosa Chamber of Commerce. Gyldnis King, is a Customer Service Manager for We Energies in Customer Field Operations. In this role, King has overall responsibility for the planning and engineering of the company s electric and natural gas distribution systems in the Southern Area (Burlington, Racine, sections of Milwaukee, and Kenosha). Prior to joining We Energies in September 2000, King was an Industrial Hygienist for the Veterans Affairs Medical Center for 9 years. In her 23-year career, King has held positions in Safety, Operations and Customer Service. She earned both a Bachelor s and a Master s of Science degree in Safety from the University of Wisconsin- Whitewater. King served as the past Board President of the Wisconsin Chapter of the American Association of Blacks in Energy (AABE) for three years and is currently on the Advisory Board. In September 2014, Gyldnis was appointed to the board of the Jane Cremer Foundation. The foundation provides educational information to women of color about cancer. King is a proud breast cancer survivor and devotes time and resources to prevention, treatment and a cure. She is currently training to be a mentor to other breast cancer patients at After Breast Cancer Diagnosis (ABCD) organization. Brett Woods, Ph.D., joined the faculty of the biological sciences at UW- Whitewater in Dr. Woods has been director of Wisconsin Alliance for Minority Participation (WiscAMP) programs at Beloit College and now, UW- Whitewater, coordinating programs that have supported over 30 minority students in STEM disciplines. Dr. Woods is an active participant in Upward Bound, McNair Program and other programs of Multicultural Affairs & Student Success, and maintains an active research lab, mentoring 2-4 students per year. He has authored several papers with undergraduates studying population genetics and foraging ecology of marmot populations at high elevations. Ms. Freda Briscoe has had extensive experience living, working and traveling in Japan, the Philippines, Okinawa, Hong Kong and South Korea. At, Briscoe: has co-instructed forums and coordinated travel to Ghana West Africa, Brazil and South Africa; is the Director of the Minority Business Program and Teacher Preparation Programs; serves as Coordinator of the College of Business & Economics Summer Business Institute. She completed post masters work in Educational Administration and received a Master of Science degree in Education from Arkansas State University and a Bachelor of Art degree from Arkansas (Lyon) College

13 Sheri Morgan-Bolton, is a sales professional, entrepreneur and owner of her own interior design firm Bolton Interiors. Her career began in academia, serving as Residence Life Assistant Director at University of Wisconsin - Whitewater. After leaving Academia for corporate America, Sheri worked as a Sales Professional for Office Depot Business Services Division. After two-years of stellar performance, she was promoted to District Sales Manager, responsible for the Michigan region. Sheri received a Bachelor of Arts in Communications and Marketing from Barat College (Lake Forest, IL), an MBA, with an emphasis in Marketing and Management, from (Whitewater, WI), and recently completed a third degree in Interior Design. Jennifer Morrison is a utility professional with experience in various roles that support the delivery of electric and natural gas services in Wisconsin and Michigan. Currently, Jennifer is head of commodities at We Energies. As the Supervisor of Electric Operations Training, she was previously responsible for curriculum development for electric field personnel and a staff of technical consultants that facilitate training. Jennifer is connected with her community through her involvement with: United Way of Greater Milwaukee; Board Member, Express Yourself Milwaukee; Alumni Association, University of Wisconsin Whitewater. John Stone, Ph.D., is the Dean of the School of Graduate Studies and Continuing Education at the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater. His unit has the primary responsibility for the following areas: Graduate Studies, Credit Outreach, Summer Session, Winterim, Continuing Education Services, Research and Sponsored Programs, Learning Communities, LEARN Center, and Travel Study Tours. He also serves as a consultant/evaluator and as a member of the Academic Review Committee for the Higher Learning Commission of the North Central Association. After completing his doctorate in Speech Communication at the University of Minnesota in 1990, Dr. Stone joined as a professor, teaching and researching in areas related to helping organizations communicate more effectively. Rokeshia Robinson- Hopgood is a Senior Information Security Analyst at Fidelity National Information Services (FIS). In this role, she is responsible for managing security controls on over 30,000 servers such as logical access controls, data loss prevention, security incident response and performing IT audits. Rokeshia holds a Master's degree in Business Administration and Information Technology Management and Bachelors in Business Administration and Information Technology Infrastructure from the University of Wisconsin Whitewater. She also is a Certified Information Security Professional. Paul B. Hudson, D.Mgt. currently serves as tenured Professor of Business and Technologies at Lincoln Land Community College in Springfield, Illinois; also taught at Davenport University, Lake Michigan College, Kalamazoo Community College, and Kellogg Community College. Dr. Paul B. Hudson earned his esteemed educational credentials of Doctor of Management at Webster University, St. Louis, Mo.: (M.B.A.) Master of Business Administration at University of Illinois at Springfield, (M.A) Master of Arts Human Resource Development at Western Michigan University, Kalamazoo MI. (M.A.M) Master of Arts in Management at Nazareth College, Kalamazoo MI. He has project managed administrative executive responsibility at major organizations such, as Ameritech Inc., Colonial Engineering, Davenport University, City of Kalamazoo, Emagination Inc., Grand Rapids Urban League and others. (B.B.A.) Bachelor of Business Administration at Western Michigan University, Kalamazoo MI. Kyonna Withers, is from Woodbridge, Virginia. She has a Bachelor s degree in English Education and a Master s degree in Higher Education Administration both from Old Dominion University in Virginia. Currently Kyonna works as the Assistant Director of Student Activities at Ripon College in Ripon, Wisconsin. There she is over fraternities and sororities, multicultural initiatives and international initiatives. One of her favorite things to do is work with the Ripon BSU and her latest accomplishment is a successful Social Justice Week. In her community she is co-chair of Ripon Relay for Life, Vice President of Ebony Vision (non profit organization serving African Americans in the community), and president of the choir at Bread of Life church. Her favorite quote to live by is from her long time friend Brandon Brown Never lower your standards to accommodate others, instead, encourage them to raise their own. Gregory Harrison, is a third year student from Detroit, Michigan studying Ethnic Studies at Bowling Green State University in Bowling Green, Ohio. His passions for social justice and community led him to the Black Student Union where currently serves as president for the academic year. Greg is a Ronald E. McNair Scholar and would like to attend law school upon graduating from BGSU. He aspires to have a career that will allow him to community organize and advocate for those that are underrepresented and disenfranchised. Angela R. Brooks is a part-time instructor at Concordia University-Wisconsin, Milwaukee Area Technical College and Bryant & Stratton College, teaching Math, Business and Accounting courses. Ms. Brooks is a two-time alum of UW- Whitewater, receiving her Bachelor of Business Administration majoring in Accounting and her Master of Business Administration with an emphasis in Business Management before moving to Chicago, Illinois to work in Health Care Management at Northwestern University Medical School. After five years of working in the corporate field, Ms. Brooks decided to follow her entrepreneurial dreams and moved back to her hometown of Milwaukee, Wisconsin to open her own UPS Store Franchise. Eventually she transitioned her business into an independent operation, Pack & Ship Plus, which she sold back in In her spare time, she enjoys outdoor activities, vacationing and spending time with her family

14 Vicki Washington, J.D., serves as the Associate Vice President for Office of Inclusivity, Diversity, Equity, and Student Success (IDEASS). She has oversight for Plan 2008: Educational Quality Through Racial and Ethnic Diversity, the Equity Scorecard Project, the UWSA President's Council on Diversity, preparation of policy options and reports, policy analysis, and advising the Senior Vice President about trends affecting diversity, and multicultural and disadvantaged programs and policies. Vicki received her Bachelor of Arts degree in Political Science from Spelman College J. Wayne Hyler has been an entrepreneur for over 40 years. In addition to his work in the corporate world with companies such as Allstate, Hyler has served on a myriad of corporate and community boards. A proud native of South Beloit, Illinois, his educational background is highlighted by a Bachelor s degree from Milton College as well as a Master s degree from the University of Wisconsin- Whitewater. Currently, Hyler serves as the owner of the Hyleco Group, a financial services firm in the Madison, Wisconsin metropolitan area. Elizabeth Ogunsola, Ed.D., is currently Assistant to the Chancellor for Affirmative Action & Diversity, University of Wisconsin-Whitewater. Previously, Dr. Ogunsola served as: Executive Director of the Office of Pre-College Programs,, ; Director, Student Retention Services, UW- Whitewater, She earned: Doctor of Education in Educational Administration, (1987) and Master of Science in Education (1976) from Illinois State University; Bachelor s degree from Southern Illinois University in Carbondale, Illinois (1971). Byron E. Adams is currently a Multicultural Retention Counselor at the University of Wisconsin (UW) Oshkosh in the Division for Academic Support of Inclusive Excellence. He serves as the First-Year student retention counselor, advisor for the Black Student Union, coordinator of the Emerging Scholars Programs and the Lawton Undergraduate Minority Retention Grant. He received both his Bachelor's and Master's degree from UW Oshkosh in Communication, Business Administration and Educational Leadership. DuBoi McCarty, is a Counselor/Assistant Professor in the Center for Multicultural Learning at William Rainey Harper College in Palatine Illinois. As a counselor, he assists students with personal counseling and academic counseling. Prof. McCarty has also been a busy assistant professor teaching courses in Diversity, Humanistic Psychology, and First Year Experience. He also teaches in Harper s Summer Bridge program, which is designed to assist lower performing high school students making successful transitions from high school to college. Prof. McCarty has presented multicultural education topics and trainings to police officers, college coaches, college faculty, high school students, church groups, and at regional and national conferences. He. Serves as the advisor to the Harper College Black Student Union and he is the co-founder of the M.A.L.E. Institute (Men Achieving Learning and Empowered). Prof. McCarty completed his Bachelor s degree in Psychology in 1997, and his Master s degree in Counseling in 1999 from Western Illinois University. Laurel L. Nobles, supervises certified teachers who provide research-based reading and math tutoring services to struggling students in grades 5K-12. Learn It s current math and reading programs consist of a custom-developed curriculum, parental involvement activities and workshops, professional development opportunities for teachers, and specially developed assessments that are customized to Wisconsin state standards and grade-level content standards. Dionne Harrell, DVM, is a licensed veterinarian engaged in private practice. A graduate of Milwaukee Trade and Technical High School, she participated in a summer research internship at the UW-Madison school of Veterinary Medicine as an undergraduate student at. After graduating from in 1993 with a B.S. in Biology and a Minor in Chemistry, Dr. Harrell-Waters attended Tuskegee University School of Veterinary Medicine, graduating in 1998 with a Doctorate in Veterinary Medicine (DVM). After graduation from Tuskegee, she worked at a three doctor private practice in Milwaukee from before becoming a solo house call practitioner. Dr. Harrell is currently a member of the American Veterinary Medical Association and the Wisconsin Veterinary Medical Association. Tyisha Hathorn, PhD, is the Associate Director of the Office of Graduate Minority Programs at the University of Florida. She received her Bachelor s and Master s from Jackson State University in Biology and her PhD from Albany Medical College in Neuropharmacology and Neuroscience. Before taking her position in the Graduate School she was a Postdoctoral Research Associate in the Center for NeuroGenetics at the University of Florida. During her undergraduate, graduate and postdoctoral position she received a number of Fellowships, awards and honors. It was the experiences as a member of the first cohort of the NSF-Bridges to Doctorate Program that sparked a flame in Dr. Hathorn to mentor students like herself, who would have never thought they could achieve a PhD. The opportunity to mentor and teach students over the last 10 years has been instrumental in solidifying her passion as an advocate for diversity. 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