Join the Temple Master of Public Policy Program and the Department of Political Science for a discussion on the relationship between race and public policy. This event will be moderated by Lori Partin (Adjunct Instructor, Temple University Master of Public Policy Program) and feature public sector leaders and advocates. This event is open to current Temple students, faculty and staff only.
In advance of the event, we strongly encourage all attendees to complete the Implicit Association Test from Project Implicit, which can be found here: https://implicit.harvard.edu/implicit/takeatest.html. Click "I wish to proceed" and then select the "Race IAT."
Confirmed Panelists Include:
-Jamira Burley, Social Justice Advocate
-Vanessa Garrett-Harley, Deputy Managing Director for Criminal Justice and Public Safety for the City of Philadelphia
-Otis Hackney, Chief Education Officer of the City of Philadelphia - Mayor's Office
-Michael O'Bryan, Founder, HD2 Solutions
-Sarah Schirmer, Criminal Justice Finance and Policy Consultant
-Erik Soliván, Chief Development Officer - Tulsa Housing Authority
-Matt Stitt, Chief Financial Officer, City Council for the City of Philadelphia
-Gary Williams, Deputy Commissioner, Policy Development and System Enhancement, Philadelphia DHS