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Part 2: Illuminating Success Stories on HBCU Campuses

2024 Global Conference

Part 2: Illuminating Success Stories on HBCU Campuses

Wednesday, May 8, 2024
11:50 AM - 12:30 PM PDT

Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs) serve as engines of social mobility, lifting generations of individuals and families out of poverty by providing access to quality education and opportunities for advancement. They have served as crucibles of excellence, nurturing talent and fostering a sense of community, identity, and pride among students. Celebrate graduates of the Milken Institute Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCU) Fellowship program, discuss the importance of HBCU Philanthropic gifts and explore the innovation on HBCU campuses with HBCU presidents and stakeholders. The session encapsulates the spirit of diversity, empowerment, and innovation, showcasing the unique contributions of HBCU Fellows to the global landscape.

Troy Duffie
Director, Financial Markets, Milken Institute
Michael Ellison
Co-Founder and CEO, CodePath
Darlene Goins
Head of Philanthropy and Community Impact, President of Wells Fargo Foundation
T.D Jakes
Founder and Chairman, T.D. Jakes Foundation
Michael Lomax
President and CEO, United Negro College Fund (UNCF)
Gregory Vincent
President, Talladega College