Join us for the Third Annual Black Alumni celebration in Baltimore and Washington, DC!
Registration details are at the bottom of this event page and all alumni are welcome.
Thursday, September 21 - “Three Lives: Imagine and Jumpstart Your Career Change”: An Alumni Career Workshop
Join members of Hopkins Integrative Learning and Life Design Team for a facilitated interactive workshop for alumni considering and navigating career changes.
Thursday, September 21 - "What’s the Tea on Your Future with Hopkins Black Alumni"
Discover the power of connection as we bring together Black alumni and current student together for candid conversations about authenticity, overcoming disappointments, making difficult decisions, navigating challenging relationships, and fostering valuable connections, especially within our Hopkins community. Don't miss this special opportunity to engage with Hopkins current students from all 9 divisions and other accomplished alumni. The gathering will begin with networking and alumni stories, followed by small group discussions.
Friday, September 22 - Legacy, Legacy: A Black & Blue Gathering
- Time - 6:00 - 9:00 pm ET
- Location - Bar-Code, 1101 17th St NW, Washington, DC 20036
Join alumni, current students, and friends for an evening of connections, food and drink at Bar-Code, voted “Best Happy Hour” by the Washington Post. Attendees will receive drink tickets at the event upon registering.
Saturday, September 23 - Responding to Change: The Wake of SCOTUS Affirmative Action Decision (Panel & Brunch)
- Time - 11:00 am - 2:00 pm ET
- Location - Johns Hopkins University's newest location at 555 Pennsylvania Avenue NW, Washington, D.C.
Although the SCOTUS decision on affirmative action is focused on college admissions, it is likely there will be downstream impacts on corporate and non-profit priorities, hiring, and practices, as well as potential broader impacts for Higher Education Institutions. Join panelists for an interactive discussion focused on how leaders and organizations are planning their response, adapting their DEIB initiatives, and navigating the evolving landscape.
- Kwame Brown, Former Chairman of the District of Columbia City Council, and Former Presidential Appointee
- Adrienne Trimble, Vice President and Chief Diversity Officer, Sysco
- Shavon Smith, Business Attorney, SJS Law Firm
- Rita Sampson, EEO Director, Securities and Exchange Commission
- Emil L. Cunningham, PhD, Assistant Vice Provost for Diversity and Inclusion, Deputy Chief Diversity Officer, Johns Hopkins University
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