Dr Pamela Pruitt is remarkable in anybody’s book.
She is a black woman who began life on the south side of Chicago. With no college education she worked in the corporate world for many years, moving to TV and radio on major networks, while writing songs for people like Smokey Robinson and the Supremes, and winning a Grammy.
Then 9/11 changed her life.
Today, she has a PhD and is the Executive Director for the Center for Diversity and Inclusion at Rider University, in NJ, and chair of the NE chapter of the National Association of Diversity Officers in Higher Education. She also has her own consulting business.
Don’t miss her personal story, plus what she has to say about diversity equity and inclusion - being effective as an ally, an advocate or a supporter, plus her thoughts and recommendations about how women can support women…and so much more.