Pronouns, Intersectionality and Identity in Inclusive Leadership

Tuesday, March 26
6 - 7:15 p.m.

UC African American Cultural and Resource Center
60 W. Charlton St.
Cincinnati, OH 

Hosted by the LGBTQ+ Alumni & Friends Network and the African American Alumni Affiliate, this event will explore the significance of pronouns, intersectionality and true identity in the context of cultural humility and competency. Using research and anecdotes, including Dr. Gladden's unconventional identity story, we’ll initiate conversations about the changing nature of human diversity and emphasize the need for self-reflective practitioners in inclusive leadership and other fields.

This event is co-sponsored by the UC African American Cultural and Resource Center and the UC LGBTQ+ Center.

This event is complimentary, but we ask that you register by Thursday, March 21, so we know how many Bearcats to expect.

About Dr. Ronnie Gladden, A&S ’03

Dr. Ronnie Gladden

Dr. Ronnie Gladden, A&S ’03, is an international speaker, author, actor and tenured college professor. They specialize in identity, diversity, and belonging, advising student LGBTQ+ organizations and implementing inclusive training curricula. Their diverse leadership practices empower individuals and foster reconciliation. Dr. Gladden holds a doctorate in Educational Leadership from Northern Kentucky University, a Master of Fine Arts from Miami University, and a Bachelor of Arts from the University of Cincinnati. They have also attended prestigious programs at the University of Cambridge and The Juilliard School.

Headshot of Maurice Stewart, A&S '16

Maurice Stewart, A&S '16

Director, Alumni Engagement, Inclusive Excellence