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2021 NCAA Inclusion Forum

June 2-4 | Virtual

Registration is now open for the 2021 NCAA Inclusion Forum, to be held virtually June 2 – 4! Inspired by Civil Rights icons, award-winning author Maya Angelou and statesman John Lewis, this year’s theme is “A Vision for Change: Empowering Voices and Rising to Action.” Visit the 2021 NCAA Inclusion Forum Registration Webpage to register for this virtual event. Please note there will be no registration fee for the Inclusion Forum, but space is limited. Register early to ensure your spot.

Programming will focus on each of the office of inclusion’s five core areas of disability, international, LGBTQ, race/ethnicity and women. In addition, the Inclusion Forum will feature special sessions for student-athletes, presidents and chancellors and Athletics Diversity and Inclusion Designees (ADIDs) on Thursday, June 3.

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.

Programming will offer useful knowledge, engaging dialogue, and practical takeaways to empower participants’ efforts on equity, diversity and inclusion initiatives on their campuses.

Please contact the office of inclusion at odi@ncaa.org for more information about the 2021 NCAA Inclusion Forum.

Featured 2021 NCAA Inclusion Forum Keynotes:

Dr. Johnnetta 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. Johnnetta 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”

2020 NCAA Inclusion Summer Series

Practical takeaways for equity, diversity and inclusion initiatives on your campus.

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