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Dr. Barbara Williams-Skinner has made an indelible imprint in American public policy, government, diversity, and community relations. She has a long history of building bridges and advancing the inclusion of people of all cultures in both the private and public sector with organizations like Toyota and GE.

Born in Richmond, California, she began her career serving as a senior congressional staff member, and became the first female Executive Director of the Congressional Black Caucus. She continues to serve as advisor to CBC Members and to the Congressional Black Caucus Foundation. She is currently CEO of Skinner Leadership Institute, specializing in networking, bridge-building, and leadership development opportunities between Congressional leaders, business executives, diverse groups, college students, faith leaders, young professionals, and urban youth. Dr. Williams-Skinner is considered one of Washington’s most influential leaders, and is included in 2008’s “Presidential Who’s Who among Business and Professional Achievers.”

Her commitment to equipping young people as effective, high character leaders of their generation led to the creation of the Masters Series for Distinguished Leaders (MSDL). The Honorable Alexis Herman, and the late Dr. Dorothy Height, were important advisers in the creation of this one-of-a-kind leadership excellence program.

Dr. Williams-Skinner holds a B.A. in Social Welfare from San Francisco State University; a Master of Social Work and a Juris Doctor from U.C.L.A., and Master of Divinity and Doctorate of Ministry Degrees from Howard University School of Divinity. She served on the White House Faith Council, and has worked for over 30 years in close partnership with high-level leaders of diverse backgrounds across the nation to find common ground for strengthening all communities. . . . short bio
Dr. Barbara Williams-Skinner has made an indelible imprint in American public policy, government, diversity, and community relations. She has a long history of building bridges and advancing the inclusion of people of all cultures in both the private and public sector with organizations like Toyota and GE.

Born in Richmond, California, she began her career serving as a senior congressional staff member, and became the first female Executive Director of the Congressional Black Caucus . . . full bio

2017
Racial Equality in America: Fiction or Fact?
Library: Philosophical Lectures
Speaker(s): Dr. Barbara Williams-Skinner, Dr. S. Douglas Birdsall
Date: 07-06-2017
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