All NSLDC speakers and presenters have been dedicated to the issues of Diversity, Inclusion, and Social Justice for their entire professional lives. Our presenters are professional speakers, college professors, researchers, and practitioners.
Dr. Vicky has more than 25 years of professional Student Affairs experience at George Mason University, The College of New Jersey, Georgetown University, Florida International University, and Miami-Dade College.
Originally from Atlanta, Georgia, Suzette is committed to helping people find their truth and become agents of change, whether on campus or within their community.
Christopher C. Irving, is an educational consultant who travels to different colleges and school districts all around the country.
Dr. MarTeze D. Hammonds is the inaugural Associate Dean for Diversity and Inclusion at Arkansas Tech University.
Dr. Anthony currently serves as the Vice President of Student Affairs and Enrollment Management at Rochester Community and Technical College in Minnesota. He is among the youngest Chief Student Affairs Officers and senior leaders within higher education today.
Jose Luis Posos is the Program Manager at CMI, bringing significant years of experience in the area of mental health, diversity training, and leadership training.
Dr. Johnson has traveled throughout the U.S. training individuals to assist at risk students using the Bry Behavior Modification and Reinforcement Mentoring Program.
Dr. Springer’s areas of expertise include diversity education, peer leadership and peer mediation training, bullying prevention and youth suicide prevention.
Dr. Michael Fowlin, better known as Mykee, is no stranger to the stage. He has been formally acting since age 11, but started creating voices (via prank calling) at age 9.
Ayannah Johnson has been a leadership and diversity trainer with The Cecilyn Miller Institute for Leadership and Diversity, since 2010 and has traveled throughout the U.S. training individuals with the company.