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Friday, July 28 • 1:30pm - 3:00pm
What it Means to be a Man of Color in a Leadership Role

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Back by popular demand and inspired by previous Executive Leadership Program and I-Con workshops, let's have a frank conversation about the challenges that men of color face in management and leadership positions. This session is off the record.

Moderators
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Josh du Lac

GA News Editor, The Washington Post
Josh Freedom du Lac is a senior news editor at The Washington Post, where he has also been an enterprise reporter and pop critic. Before joining The Post, he spent 12 years at the Sacramento Bee. He previously served on AAJA’s national board and is a co-founder of J Camp.

Speakers
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Michael Luo

Editor, newyorker.com, The New Yorker
Michael Luo is the editor of newyorker.com and oversees the magazine’s digital presence across all platforms. He joined the The New Yorker in November, 2016, as an investigations editor for the magazine. Previously, he spent thirteen years as a reporter and editor at the New York... Read More →
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Kevin Merida

Senior Vice President and Editor-In-Chief, The Undefeated, ESPN
Kevin Merida is Editor-in-Chief of The Undefeated and a fan of great writing, great shooting, great beaches, great jazz clubs, underdogs and comebacks.Merida joined ESPN in November 2015 as senior vice president and editor-in-chief of “The Undefeated,” ESPN’s media platform... Read More →


Friday July 28, 2017 1:30pm - 3:00pm
Commonwealth Hall D

Attendees (22)