The Johns Hopkins Diversity Leadership Council (DLC), established in 1997, is a group that advises the president and senior leadership on diversity and inclusion issues across the enterprise in the following ways:
- Recommends and promotes policies and programs, and discovers or originates other initiatives that will attract and retain a diverse mix of faculty, staff, and students
- Examines formal and informal structures and processes that inhibit JH from being more inclusive and recommends changes that foster greater inclusion
- Promotes diversity awareness education across JH
- Organizes signature programs such as the Diversity Leadership Conference, Diversity Innovation Grant Program, and the Annual Diversity Awards
- Fosters partnerships with Baltimore, Washington, and Howard County community leaders to encourage greater community involvement by various divisions of Johns Hopkins institutions
- The membership nomination window is open, and we are seeking faculty, staff, and students to serve as new members on the DLC.
Members are expected to:
- Serve for one-year (students) or three-year (faculty and staff) terms
- Attend 75% of monthly two-hour DLC meetings and events
- Join and actively participate on workgroups and subcommittees
Joining the DLC is a unique opportunity to make a significant impact in advancing diversity and inclusion at Hopkins. If you'd like to learn more about the DLC, visit its website.
The nomination period closes Friday, April 28.
Nominations can be submitted via the membership nomination form.
For more information, contact the Office of Diversity and Inclusion, firstname.lastname@example.org.