Join our featured presenter, Donnell Butler, and moderator, Kristin Plessel, for a timely discussion on Making Colleges Work for Students: Integrating Equity-Minded Practices.
Dr. Donnell Butler is the Founder and President of Opportunity College—a nonprofit, online, career-connected, postsecondary learning and training program that enhances both degree completion and upward economic mobility for first-generation college students from low-income households. Dr. Butler has over 15 years of research and practice experience in identifying and enhancing individual capabilities and institutional actions that improve college student access and success. Previously, he served for seven years as the Senior Associate Dean for Planning and Analysis of Student Outcomes at Franklin & Marshall College. His past clients and employers include the U.S. Department of Education, Educational Testing Service (ETS) and Princeton University. He is a member of the Pahara-Aspen Education Fellowship and the Aspen Global Leadership Network. You can learn more about Opportunity College and Dr. Butler at http://opcollege.org.
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