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Phillips Named to Diversity Fellows Program

Quill Phillips

Quill Phillips, special assistant to the president for Inclusive Excellence, has been invited to participate in the National Association of Diversity Officers in Higher Education-Chief Diversity Officer Fellows Program.

Phillips is one of only four people chosen to participate in this professional leadership program each year for new and early-career chief diversity officers.

The purpose of the Fellows Program is to provide each Fellow with mentoring from a senior- level chief diversity officer for guided professional development opportunities and experiences.

The Fellows Program is highly selective and collaborates with National Association of Diversity Officers in Higher Education member colleges and universities.

NADOHE is investing in the current and future careers of new and early-career chief diversity officers working in higher education and requires a year-long commitment on the part of the fellow and mentor.

Phillips will start the Fellows Program in fall 2018 and as part of the program will observe how an experienced chief diversity officer and their institution addresses diversity issues and challenges, solves short-term and long-term problems, and fosters positive and sustainable institutional change.

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