Middle School Equity & Inclusion Summit

Hosted by Gill St. Bernard's School

See Us. Hear Us.
Empowering Students to be
Change Agents in Their School

Thursday, October 15, 2020
9:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m.
via Zoom

Open to students in grades 7-8

Registration open until Friday, October 2:

10 students per school + 1 Teacher
Registration Fee: $200 per school

In this Summit, students will discuss these essential questions as they explore their current experiences:

  • What do I need to feel included in my community?
  • What does my community need to provide additional spaces of support?
  • What steps can students take to help make positive social changes to their school climate?

Dr. Rodney Glasgow is currently the Head of School at Sandy Spring Friends School in Sandy Spring, MD. He is one of the founding members and now Chair of the National Association of Independent School’s annual Student Diversity Leadership Conference, a 25 year-old training ground drawing over 1600 high school students nationwide. In 2014, he launched the National Diversity Practitioners Institute, a highly respected training ground for school leaders run by his consortium of consultants known as The Glasgow Group.

Read More about Keynote Speaker: Rodney Glasgow

Schedule for the Virtual Summit

Prior to the virtual summit, all student participants will be expected to complete an asynchronous lesson module focused on student leadership. Zoom details will be provided upon registration.

Welcome & Keynote


First Discussion Session

Faculty discussion with Dr. Rodney Glasgow

Second Discussion Session


Closing & Next Steps

If you would like more information about this leadership summit, please contact GSB Director of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Tracey Goodson Barrett at: tbarrett@gsbschool.org

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