Diane Bell-McKoy (Class of 1994) has been an exemplary leader and demonstrative figure in the fight to dismantle structural racism to advance equity and economic justice. For four decades, in various senior leadership positions, she has elevated the issue of the racial wealth gap. From serving as the Deputy Chief of Staff under the Schmoke Administration to her current position as CEO of Associated Black Charities, she has been unapologetic in her approach to extend economic access and opportunities to Black and Brown people across the city. Join us for a conversation with Diane as she shares how she found her voice to put racism on the table in every board room in Baltimore.
8:00 – 8:30 AM: BYO Morning Beverage + Networking
8:30 – 9:30 AM: Conversation with Diane Bell-McKoy
9:30 – 10:00 AM: Small Group Discussion
This Zoom event is for Leadership class and alumni only.
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