2018 NASPA Annual Conference

African American Women’s Summit

PC 21

Taxing work and personal responsibilities as well as demanding macro (i.e. affordability, accessibility, and demographics) and micro (i.e. mental health, sexual misconduct, and campus climate) challenges facing higher education are just a few factors that impact the health and well-being of African American women administrators on a daily basis. This interactive summit allows participants to engage one another, panelists, and facilitators through small and large group forums led by senior-level administrators.

Additional registration required

Sunday, March 4
9:00 am to 4:00 pm


113 B
Pennsylvania Convention Center

Presented by

Danita Brown Young, Vice President for Student Affairs, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Danielle Davis, Director of Leadership Engagement & Development, Texas A & M University-Commerce
Bettina Shuford, Associate Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Carmen Taylor, Vice President for Student Affairs, California State University-Long Beach
Nicole West, Assistant Director, University of South Florida-Main Campus
Crasha Townsend, Northwest Nazarene College
Juliana Mosley, College Officer for Diversity & Inclusion, Chestnut Hill College
Bernadette Buchanan, Associate Dean of Students, Texas Lutheran University