Three Ways to Boss Up: The Words of Wisdom (and an Action Plan) from an African American Undergraduate Woman Scholar
Symone McCollum is currently a scholar, leader and entrepreneur at the Pennsylvania State University. Named "Woman of the Year" by the Black Student Union, Symone serves as the current President for the National Council of Negro Women (PSU branch), scholar in the Presidential Leadership Academy, Executive Director for the Dr. Martin Luther King Commemoration Committee, Resident Assistant, and black business owner.
How Art Saves Lives on the Margins of School and Society
Art education is Indira Bailey’s passion. She taught vocational technical high school art for sixteen years. As an art educator, Bailey has dedicated her career to understanding how art inspired youths in urban areas. She had received several Fulbright-Hayes Fellowships to South Africa, Morocco, and Japan researching how culture impacts art education. Bailey has received several national teacher fellowships, served on New Jersey DOE committees, and the finalist for New Jersey Teacher of the Year. Currently, Indira is examining the absence of Black women represented in art education and its implications in the K-12 art classroom.