Urban League St. Louis’ President recaps Diversity, Equity & Inclusion Conference at Webster University

St. Louis Urban League President Michael P. McMillan speaks about focusing on the next level equity work in a time of transition.

Webster University Conference

St. Louis’ Urban League President Michael P. McMillan was on hand at the 2023 Diversity, Equity & Inclusion Conference at Webster University in St. Louis. Among the sponsors, business leaders, some of the awardees were Lyah B. Laflore-Huen, who’d received the Champion For All honor.

Lyah is an Executive Producer, best selling author and Arts Advocate, is a native St. Louisan. And Quinton Ward, received the Game Changer of the Year honor. He is Sr. Manager of Metro Market Operation Food Search.

This is what Michael had to say on Twitter, about the event:

Webster University did an excellent panel on Affordable Housing and Development in Low to Moderate Income Communities of Color at their Diversity, Equity & Inclusion Conference! Thank you to Vincent Flewellen, Carol Daniel, Sandra Moore, Chancellor Stroble and Neal Richardson for your wisdom and leadership on this very important topic. There is much work to do but together we are up for the task! #ULSTL #WebsterUniversity #DEI #AffordableHousing

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