Transformative Latino Leadership Lecture with Lisette Nieves


Location: 104 Bond Hall (View on map )

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As part of the Transformative Latino Leadership Lecture series the Institute for Latino Studies welcomes Lisette Nieves. She is a co-author of Working to Learn: Disrupting the Divide Between College and Career Pathways for Young People. Nieves is the President of the Fund for the City of New York (FCNY), a Distinguished Clinical Professor of administration, leadership, and technology at New York University Steinhardt, and co-founder of Lingo Ventures LLC, a company whose mission is to develop talented individuals to the next level.

Lisette holds a B.A. from Brooklyn College, a B.A./M.A. from the University of Oxford, an M.P.A. from the Woodrow Wilson School at Princeton University, and a doctorate with distinction in Higher Education Management at the University of Pennsylvania. She is a Truman Scholar, Rhodes Scholar, Aspen Pahara Fellow, and a Richard P. Nathan Public Policy Fellow.

Join us for a Q&A style discussion on Monday, April 11 in 104 Bond Hall.

**See a recording of this lecture below.