The humanitarian crisis unfolding at the border unites us in outrage and determination. This crisis of leadership, policy and human decency calls us to action as Fellows, as leaders, and as people.

While not a new or isolated incident in this nation’s past or present—the internment and separation of families is a policy long wielded as a weapon of oppression in the United States and around the world—this moment viscerally illustrates the urgent need for collective action in support of our fundamental shared values.

As a network of leaders who care deeply about building a brighter, more equitable and just world for all children and communities—we know many of you are already deeply involved in this work. And, like many of you, some of our first questions were: “What are Fellows on-the-ground doing and saying?” and “How can we help?”

To discuss this, we invite you to a special live Leadership Matters Roundtable on Immigration this Thursday, June 28, 2018 at 7PM Eastern.

The Panel

Esperanza Zendejas | Superintendent, Brownsville Independent School District
Eva Moya | Interim Chair / Assoc. Professor, The University of Texas at El Paso Dept. of Social Work
Susan Reed | Managing Attorney, Michigan Immigrant Rights Center
Leslye Orloff | President, National Immigrant Women's Advocacy Project


Please join us for a panel discussion and dialogue with leaders deeply involved in different aspects of this crisis followed by an online discussion among Fellows about what’s happening and what’s next.

Leadership Matters series host, Tanya Dawkins, will moderate the roundtable and dialogue.


LIVE June 28th, 2018 @ 7PM ET. Join Dr. Eva Moya, Dr. Esperanza Zendejas, Leslye Orloff, and Susan Reed with Tanya Dawkins as moderator for a special Leadership Matters Roundtable...

Posted by Kellogg Fellows Leadership Alliance on Thursday, June 28, 2018