Diversificaiton, diversity presidency, ethnic or racial minorities
The purpose of this paper was to provide practical advice on how Black and African American college and university presidential aspirants may adequately prepare themselves for such a pivotal leadership role. Seven Black and African American college and university presidents from a variety of institutional types (community colleges, four-year institutions, Predominately White Institutions [PWI], and Minority-Serving Institutions[MSI]) across the United States answered a simple question: What advice can you offer to aspiring Black and African American college and university presidents to adequately prepare them for this leadership role? The authors supplemented their responses with highlights of professional development opportunities for aspiring Black and African American college and university presidents to consider as part of their career trajectory.
Martin, Q. (2020). The Climb to the Top: Advice for Aspiring Black and African American College and University Presidents. Journal of Research on the College President, 4(1). Retrieved from https://scholarworks.uark.edu/jrcp/vol4/iss1/5