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2020 NCAA Inclusion Forum

April 17-19, Denver at the Hilton Denver City Center

The ninth annual Inclusion Forum theme is Inclusion Rising: Reaching New Heights in Creating Cultures of Belonging.

The NCAA Inclusion Forum brings together higher education and intercollegiate athletics leaders and student-athletes passionate about improving the educational and professional environment for student-athletes, coaches and staff.

Visit the Inclusion Forum registration webpage to register. Please note that registration will close Friday, March 13, as spots are limited.

Please contact Craig Malveaux (cmalveaux@ncaa.org), NCAA coordinator of inclusion, with any questions about registration for the 2020 NCAA Inclusion Forum.

Featured 2020 NCAA Inclusion Forum Keynotes:

Dr. Johnetta Cole, President Emerita of Spelman College and Bennett College for Women, National Chair and Seventh President of the National Council of Negro Women
Caylin Moore, Rhodes Scholar and author of “A Dream Too Big: The Story of an Improbable Journey from Compton to Oxford”
Howard Ross, Founder and Principal Consultant of Cook Ross and author of “Everyday Bias: Identifying and Navigating Unconscious Judgements in Our Daily Lives”
  • Dr. Johnetta Cole, President Emerita of Spelman College and Bennett College for Women, National Chair and Seventh President of the National Council of Negro Women
  • Caylin Moore, Rhodes Scholar and author of “A Dream Too Big: The Story of an Improbable Journey from Compton to Oxford”
  • Howard Ross, Founder and Principal Consultant of Cook Ross and author of “Everyday Bias: Identifying and Navigating Unconscious Judgements in Our Daily Lives”
  • Dear World, a non-profit organization that connects communities through meaningful storytelling experiences

2020 NCAA Inclusion Forum Framework

  • To view the 2020 NCAA Inclusion Forum framework/agenda, please click here

Programming will offer useful knowledge, engaging dialogue, and practical takeaways to empower participants’ efforts on equity, diversity and inclusion initiatives on their campuses. Sessions will focus on core identities such as disability sport, international students, LGTBQ, race/ethnicity, and women/gender equity.

**Check back here for more updates, as the complete 2020 Inclusion Forum agenda will be available in March.