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Intentional Inclusion Actions seminar

Register by October 13

10:30 am – 11:30 am
Target Audiences:
CEHS Dean’s Office,
The College of Education and Human Sciences is pleased to welcome Dr. Karen Kassebaum back to campus as part of the University of Nebraska–Lincoln’s Multicultural Homecoming festivities.

Please make plans to attend Dr. Kassebaum’s seminar on Intentional Inclusion Actions

Dr. Kassebaum will discuss how intentional inclusion must be embedded in everyday thoughts and actions. Lunch to follow.

About Dr. Karen Kassebaum
Dr. Karen Kassebaum, a native of Chicago, earned a master’s degree in curriculum and instruction and educational psychology, and a Ph.D. in educational leadership and higher education from the College of Education and Human Sciences.

At the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, Kassebaum served as the Director of Undergraduate Recruitment, Director of Staff Diversity Recruitment and Retention, Assistant Vice Chancellor for Inclusive Leadership and Learning. She has also served as the Director of Diversity Education and Inclusive Excellence at the University of South Carolina, Columbia where she developed an inaugural Inclusive Excellence Institute for staff and faculty which increased the capacity of the campus community to engage across differences.

Kassebaum currently serves as the inaugural Sr. Manager, Diversity & Corporate Social Responsibility at Hudl. She is also the founder of Athlete2Athlete, an organization that provides transitional mentoring and leadership development for student athletes. Kassebaum is also a professional mentor for individuals who are new to the DEIAB (diversity, equity, inclusion, accessibility and belonging) space. She is a proud member of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority Incorporated and the Omaha Chapter of The LINKs, Incorporated. She received the 2017 Chancellor’s Fulfilling the Dream Award for contributing to the university or community by promoting the vision of Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. Dr. Karen Kassebaum believes intentional inclusion must be embedded in everyone’s everyday thoughts and actions. If you want to be included, you must be inclusive.

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