Black Employee Association: Looking Back & Moving Forward (video of event)

Release Date: 
Tuesday, October 12, 2021

The HFC Black Employee Association (BEA) presented their first anniversary event titled "Looking Back and Moving Forward" on June 29, 2021.

In this video, keynote speaker Dr. Kimberly Hurns, Executive Vice President of Instruction and Academic Affairs at Washtenaw Community College, and panelists from Michigan colleges and universities share their reflections on the year 2020 and visions for the future. The conversation touches on issues related to higher education, diversity / equity / inclusion / justice, and insights on perseverance in work and life, in the wake of a tumultuous year.


Jessica Brown - Director, Office of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (St. Clair Community College)
Dr. Jeneen Conley-Berry - Program Coordinator (Wayne State University)
Dr. LaMarcus D. Howard - Director, Disability Resource Center, President, EMU BFSA (Eastern Michigan University)
Dr. Charles G. Ransom - Multicultural Studies Librarian, University of Michigan Library Executive Board Member, U of M Association of Black Professionals, Faculty, Administrators, and Staff (University of Michigan Ann Arbor)

For more information, visit the previous news article inviting attendance at this event.

Questions? Contact:
Chardin Claybourne
Black Employee Association President