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LEAD group

Leaders Educating About Diversity

The Leaders Educating About Diversity (L.E.A.D.) are a select group of students chosen to be the official diversity ambassadors for Multicultural Affairs.

The L.E.A.D. team serve as peer facilitators for our Maversity diversity workshop series. In addition, L.E.A.D. also help to provide diversity training by special request to campus groups such as the resident advisors, orientation leaders and many more! Plus, the team also serves as the student hosts for the annual Diversity Lecture Series and UTA Diversity Week!

Benefits of L.E.A.D. Membership

L.E.A.D. members have the opportunity to

  • Participate in the annual Kaleidoscope Multicultural Leaders Retreat
  • Attend the annual Fall Leadership Retreat for all UTA student leaders
  • Receive advanced training on facilitating diversity dialogues and Maversity workshops
  • Build valuable leadership and intercommunication skills
  • Meet new people and make new friends
  • Help promote diversity and social justice at UTA.

L.E.A.D. responsibilities include

  • Attend the L.E.A.D. orientation retreat at the end of each August
  • Complete 1 office hour per week in Multicultural Affairs
  • Planning and facilitating Maversity and special request diversity workshops
  • Assist in planning the annual MAVfest diversity week festival

L.E.A.D. MEMBERS 2017-18

Michael Baker II                      LEAD Coordinator

Nhawang "Sherpa" Sherpa                         LEAD

Ivan Diaz

Xavier Myles                                LEAD

Caston Fernandes                   LEAD

 J          Jayme McArthur                              LEAD

Kasey Catlett
Multicultural Affairs              Assistant Director