Diversity Leadership Council Is Seeking Membership
The Johns Hopkins
Diversity Leadership Council is in the process of
identifying new faculty, staff and students to serve on the
council, which serves as advisory to the president and
senior leadership on diversity issues in both the
university and health system.
Established by President Brody in 1997, the DLC meets
once a month. Membership, which is for one or two years
with a time commitment of four to six hours per month,
requires previous experience in community activities,
leadership capabilities, change management skills, a
commitment to inclusion and the ability to communicate
across and about differences.
Nominations, including a short biography and brief
description of the candidate's reasons for wishing to serve
on the council, should be forwarded to
firstname.lastname@example.org or 130 Garland Hall, Homewood.
Self-nominations are encouraged from all levels of the
university. The deadline for receiving nominations is June
More information on the DLC is available at
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