Gregory Hodge on Working for Racial Equality

Hello GGU Community,

We have another exciting event comping up on Thursday February the 25th! Please see the details below:

GGU Race & Justice Task Force with Black Law Students Association and GGU Presents 

Celebrates Black History Month formally invites you to join us in a Conversation with social change activist, organizational development consultant and GGU Law alumnus, Gregory Hodge on Working for Racial Equality.

Gregory Hodge is a social change activist and organizational development consultant with Khepera Consulting. Working as a strategist, meeting designer, racial equity trainer, facilitator and coach, Gregory works with a range of groups from small non-profits and foundations to public agencies, particularly school districts and foundations. He works as the Chief Network Officer for the Oakland-based Brotherhood of Elders Network and is a coordinating partner in designing the Healing Generations Institute with the National Compadres Network. As a leader in his community, Gregory served two four-year terms as a member of the Oakland Unified School District Board of Education beginning in January 2000, including a year as president of the board. Gregory is a Fulbright-Hayes Fellow, recipient of the Gerbode Fellowship and board chair of the Rockwood Leadership Institute.

Please register for the event here or by clicking on the flyer above.

Looking forward to seeing everyone there!

Until next time,

Hafeez

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