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NACUBO Leadership Speaker Series

Beverly Daniel Tatum Beverly Daniel Tatum, Ph. D.
Ninth President, Spelman College

NACUBO is pleased to announce the 2018 Leadership Series speaker: Beverly Daniel Tatum. Tatum is a psychologist, administrator, and educator who has conducted research and written books on the topics of race, focusing specifically on race in education. Her widely acclaimed book, “Why Are All The Black Kids Sitting Together in the Cafeteria?” has become a modern classic in college and high school classrooms. Tatum released the revised 20th-anniversary edition in 2017.

In her presentation, The ABCs of Effective Leadership, Tatum shares the ABCs – affirming identity, building community, and cultivating leadership in a pluralistic context. Every campus leader should understand these three critical components in order to lead effectively in a diverse community.

The NACUBO Leadership Series seeks to enhance the leadership skills of everyone working in the business office by bringing a well-known leadership speaker to select professional development events throughout the year.

Tatum will be speaking at the following 2018 programs:

Endowment and Debt Management Forum
February 7-9 | New York, NY

Student Financial Services Conference
March 11-13 | Orlando, FL

Higher Education Accounting Forum
April 15-17 | Kansas City, MO

Planning and Budgeting Forum
September 24-25 | Louisville, KY

Tax Forum
September 14-16 | Denver, CO

About Beverly Daniel Tatum

Read Biography

Past Leadership Series Speakers

Wes Moore, Best-Selling Author, Social Entrepreneur and Motivational Leader
Stephen Young, Micromessaging: Why Great Leadership is Beyond Words
Dr. Helen Fisher, Biological Anthropologist
Bruch Weinstein, The Ethics Guy
Pamela Meyers, Certified Fraud Examiner
Eric Haseltine, Technology Futurist

The NACUBO Leadership Series is Supported by:

TIAA