The following list includes external websites of experts and other resources, which have influenced faculty professional development and enhanced Diversity, Equity, and Inclusivity efforts in recent years.
An American lawyer, scholar and civil rights activist, Lani Guinier is the the first Jewish/African-American woman tenured professor at Harvard Law School. Guinier's work includes professional responsibilities of public lawyers, the relationship between democracy and the law, the role of race and gender in the political process, equity in college admissions, and affirmative action.
Ms. Harris-Perry is host of MSNBC's "Melissa Harris-Perry." She is also professor of political science at Tulane University, where she is founding director of the Anna Julia Cooper Project on Gender, Race, and Politics in the South.
Ms. Hirshman has practiced law for 15 years, representing mostly organized labor. She participated in three cases in the United States Supreme Court, including, in 1985, the landmark case of Garcia v. San Antonio Metropolitan Transit Authority, which established the line between the federal government and the states.
Daniel Lubetzky, founder, and CEO of KIND, is on a mission to make the world a little kinder one snack and act at a time. Established as a not-for-profit company, and maker of delicious and nutritious foods, KIND is also committed to using its business as a vehicle for social change. Its KIND Movement inspires everyday acts of kindness (five million and counting!), and The KIND Foundation works to create kinder, more empathetic communities.
Ali Michael, Ph.D., is the Director of K-12 Consulting and Professional Development at the Center for the Study of Race and Equity in Education at the University of Pennsylvania and the Director of the Race Institute for K-12 Educators. Ali believes that the skills required for racial competence can be learned and practiced.
Educator, organizational consultant and psychotherapist Dr. Linda Powell Pruitt is provides consulting services to organizations and individuals, with special emphasis on schools, churches and communities seeking transformational change.
Bennett Singer is an award-winning New York-based filmmaker/writer with 20 years of experience. His feature-length film Brother Outsider: The Life of BayardRustin premiered at Sundance, was broadcast nationally on PBS, and is currently airing on Logo/MTV.
Glenn Singleton, of Pacific Educational Group, has led equity learning workshops with Dalton administrators, parents, faculty and staff in order to help foster courageous conversations focusing on racial equity.