Dr. Amanda Banks: How can students become a catalyst for equity and inclusivity on college campuses?
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Dr. Amanda Banks is an author and race and gender equity consultant. With over 15 years of experience working with diverse populations, Banks aids individuals and organizations in building leadership capacity to become a catalyst for social, cultural, and economic change. Strategies and tools will equip leaders to challenge social and political structures that render inequities and poor outcomes for people of color, women, and other vulnerable populations.
In episode 266 of the Fraternity Foodie Podcast, we find out what made this former All-American in the Triple Jump choose Texas Tech, what it meant to win Woman of the Year/Outstanding Mentor Award by Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. Lubbock Alumnae Chapter, how students can become a catalyst for equity and inclusivity on college campuses, what is the myth of the Angry Black Woman and why we need more of them, why empathy is so important for those you lead, how DEI improves the bottom line and improves outcomes for employees, how college students can identify their unique leadership style, how college students can be more influential, and how college students can delegate in their organization. Enjoy!