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Inclusive Leadership Conference will be held at Temple University’s Howard Gittis Student Center located at 1755 N. 13th Street Philadelphia, PA 19122. Click here to view a campus map.


9am – 10am: Registration & breakfast
10am – 11am: Welcome & keynote
11am -12pm: Session 1
12pm – 1pm: Lunch
1pm – 2pm: Session 2
2pm – 3pm: Session 3
3pm – 4pm: Closing remarks & reflection

*schedule subject to change

Getting there

Temple University is easily accessible from SEPTA’s Broad Street Subway and Regional Rail lines. Plan your trip with SEPTA’s Trip Planner by clicking here

Paid parking is available in the following locations:

  1. Parking Lot #9 located on Cecil B. Moore Ave between N. 12th and N. 13th Streets directly behind the student center
  2. Liacouras Center Parking Garage located at Cecil B. Moore and North 15th Street.
  3. Temple Towers Parking Lot located at N. 13th Street between Oxford Street and Cecil B. Moore Avenue

Click here to view a campus map. Temple Towers and the Liacouras Garage offer a rate of $15/day and Lot #9 is a $3/hour metered lot. There is also free street parking located on campus near the student center.


Colorism, A Divide Within A Culture
Community Organizing and Diversity
Discovering Identity to Better Lead Others
Diversity and Inclusion: Student Leader to Civic Leader
Fifty Shades of Green; The Army’s Coalition of Diversity
Inclusive Leadership in the 21st century: Academic Perspectives and An Overview of Best Practices for Emerging Leaders
Interfaith Story time: Speaking and Listening Under the Sukkah
Leadership is About Purpose, Not Position: Recruitment & Retention that Works
Leading Beyond Binaries
LGBT Representation: From College Campuses to Hollywood
Lifesaver Certificate Program: Identify, Refer, and Support
LinkedOUT: LGBT Leadership Lessons
Moving Beyond the “Like” Button- New Ways to Engage in Social Change
Not Just MY-croaggressions: Taking Ownership to Create Inclusive
Problem Solving for College and Beyond: How to Be Inclusive, Innovative, and Ingenious!
Running Across America: 50 States of Leadership
Tale of Two Cities: A Real Talk about Homophobia in Fraternities
The A.E.O.N. Guide to Maximizing Student Leadership
The Danger of a Single Story
The Matthew Principle: How to Soar with Your Strengths
Toy Story Leadership
What’s Your Engagement Style? Planning Your Own Path as a Volunteer and Civic Leader
Young Women Making Change: A Conversation on Young Women & Civic Engagement in the Greater Philadelphia Region

Confirmed workshops as of January 2014

What to wear

Inclusive Leadership Conference is casual – show your school spirit and wear your school colors or best school swag!

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