MTA Ethnic Minority Affairs Conference
December 6 – 7, 2013
Sheraton Framingham Hotel & Conference Center
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$50 Conference registration fee only – no accommodations
$100 Conference registration fee with shared accommodations
$175 Conference fee with single room
- KEEPING ALIVE OUR COMMITMENT TO "JUSTICE FOR ALL"
- NETWORKING AND SOCIAL MEDIA
- FAMILY AND COMMUNITY SCHOOL PARTNERSHIPS
- ENGLISH LANGUAGE LEARNER CULTURE AND EQUITY
- COMPARISON AND CRITICAL ANALYSIS OF THE PORTRAYALS OF AFRICAN-AMERICANS IN THE MOVIES DJANGO AND LINCOLN
- FACING HISTORY AND OURSELVES
KEYNOTE SPEAKER (Friday, December 6)
Lisa A. Wong is currently serving her third term as mayor of the City of Fitchburg. She was elected to that office in 2007 at the age of 28. She is the first minority mayor of Fitchburg and the first female Asian-American mayor in Massachusetts. Mayor Wong has made fiscal stability one of her top
LUNCHEON SPEAKER (Saturday, December 7)
Juan Nuñez is a recognized expert in diversity management, employee relations and affirmative action, with extensive experience in performance management, complaint investigation, recruitment, retention, training and development. Nuñez has been chief diversity officer at UMass Boston and assistant vice president for diversity and compliance at the Fashion Institute of Technology.
Click here to learn more about the Ethnic Minority Affairs Committee, and here to take a quick survey designed by the members of EMAC to determine how the committee should best use their resources.