UNC MPA Faculty Member Kimalee Dickerson Connects Women of Color in Government Work

Professor Kimalee Dickerson uses her reserach on studying women of color in government to bring back the Engaging Women of Color Conference.  Held last June with over 80 participants and a focus on mental health and well-being, Dickerson talks about the importance of her study, on the group of women this conference brought together, and how this work and group helps shape the roles of women in government.  The 2024 conference will be held June 14th.  Registration is open to all public officials, government employees, and nonprofit employees. This conference focuses on the perspectives and experiences of women of color working in public service.

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