One of the crucial things that community leadership does is it brings people from a lot of different lenses together.
It opens up and makes possible conversations and allows for communities to find that common space where problems are addressed, understood, and can come closer to being solved. UMBC graduate student, Michele Conner shared this deeply important insight with us in a recent interview, as well as many more.
Tune in to hear how community leadership has given her a new perspective – the grace to learn and to do work that matters.
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About UMBC’s Graduate Program in Community Leadership
The Community Leadership programs at UMBC prepare aspiring and practicing leaders with the skills and experience needed to generate transformative social change. The interdisciplinary program emphasizes highly applied coursework, relationship building, and hands-on practical experiences which are essential components for developing strong leadership skills.