Sunday, December 4, 2022
The RP Group


More information coming soon



More information coming soon



By the end of the program, participants will:

  • Formulate and articulate a collective and individual equity-minded leadership identity

  • Map the connection and relationship among institutional needs, effective leadership, and student success

  • Create sustainable professional relationships in which peers share ideas and strategize approaches around equity and transformative change

  • Identify data, research, and other forms of evidence to spark courageous and explicit conversations to inform and prioritize transformative institutional changes that address systemic racism and social inequities

  • Apply data, research, and other forms of evidence to make informed decisions that advance transformative change efforts toward more equitable outcomes at their institution

  • Develop strategies to sustain and support ongoing leadership development

By the end of the program, teams will:

  • Identify a project aligned with their college’s strategic priorities that advance equity, diversity, inclusion, and anti-racism work at their institution

  • Implement or continue to advance an identified project

  • Create a sustainability plan for the project to continue after the conclusion of LFM

By the end of the program, participating colleges will:

  • Increase the number of middle leaders with the necessary skills to create the changes to redress systemic barriers and empower historically marginalized students to realize their educational goals

  • Advance a strategic priority that increases student success and or institutional transformation