Dr. Tunya Griffin, founder and CEO of Black Women’s Voices, will be the featured speaker at the virtual event on July 27. She will join the ranks of a number of distinguished speakers and leaders at the annual gathering.
Dr. Griffin will take part in a special session called, “At the Crossroads of Community Engagement, Ethics, Liberal Education, and Social Responsibility: Community-Engaged Engineering Education Challenges and Opportunities in Light of COVID-19” — whew, that’s a mouthful. The session will topics ranging from service and community-based learning to social justice.
In the run-up to the conference, she was interviewed by Campus Compact, a national organization working to promote civic engagement by fostering student community service.
Congratulations, Dr. Griffin, on landing yet another speaking engagement!