The Purdue for Life Foundation’s Diversity, Inclusion and Belonging Advancement Summit is designed to allow participants to build community, share best practices, and engage in meaningful conversations surrounding alumni engagement, giving, and industry partnerships.
The agenda is focused on “Amplifying Inclusive Advancement,” and we are thrilled to be presenting a fireside chat with Boilermaker Karrah Herring, Indiana’s chief equity, inclusion, and opportunity officer. We will also be hosting a networking fair during lunch and a networking mixer in the evening.
Thank you for your dedication to making Purdue University a place of belonging for all Boilermakers.
Appointed by Governor Eric Holcomb, Herring’s team focuses on growing statewide access and opportunity in education and economic development and enhancing employee experiences within Indiana state government’s executive branch. In October 2021, the chief justice of the Indiana Supreme Court asked Herring to serve as the executive branch’s representative on the Indiana Supreme Court’s Commission on Equity and Access within Indiana Courts. She is also a recipient of the Purdue College of Liberal Arts’ Distinguished Alumni Award.