Empower Student Leadership Conference – photos
Delaware State University held its 2nd annual Empower Student Leadership Conference on Jan 31-Feb. 1 in the Martin Luther King Jr. Student Center.
The two-day conference – under the theme of “Unveiling Leadership: The Leader Within” – was hosted by the DSU Office of Undergraduate Research, Experiential Learning and Honors (URELAH). The annual event is designed to enhance students’ leadership capabilities and knowledge for both positions they may hold as part of their undergraduate journey and for the leadership roles they will have in their future careers.
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Danielle K. Craig, Associate Director of URELAH, was the primary coordinator of the conference.
“I am proud to champion the Empower Student Leadership Conference here at DSU, fostering an environment where our students can thrive as leaders,” Ms. Craig said. “The Office of URELAH’s commitment is to cultivate a community that supports and empowers individuals, ensuring their growth and success in every facet of their educational journey as they become global leaders.”
The keynote speaker was Dr. Shaquille Dillon, VP of Marketing Strategy Impact and Innovation, Hutson-Tillotson University in Austin, Texas
The conference featured sessions and panel discussions with leadership professionals, DSU alumni and other facilitators. The session topics include Inclusive Leadership Practices, Effective Communications Strategies, Mental Well-Being for Student Leaders, Balancing Academics and Leadership, Cultivating Inclusive Campus Cultures, Emotional Intelligence in Leadership and Brand YOUniversity.
There was also a 3E Expo that included the following employer partners: the Appoquinimink School District, Braven, ChristianaCare, Harrington Trust, JP Morgan Chase & Co., KPMG International, NeighborhoodGood Partners, New Castle County Public Works, Teach For America, The Washington Center, and the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development.