Strategies for Cultivating an Inclusive Campus

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For colleges and universities, creating inclusive campuses comes with many variables to consider.

Constantly evolving campuses, shifting student populations, budget concerns… And higher ed professionals are always looking for things they can do right now to improve their campuses.

In this webinar

Join us for an in depth discussion on these and many other topics with two incredible minds in the higher ed community, Marvin Williams and Ptahra Jeppe.

During this hour long webinar, they will share:

  • Simple ways educators can collaborate to support all students
  • Best practices to help professionals advocate and more widely support students with disabilities
  • Ways to create more inclusive spaces on campus 

You’ll also receive a free guide to tips to building your most inclusive campus.

This panel discussion is perfect for educators and administrators looking to immediately incorporate concrete strategies on how to redefine what it means to be an inclusive campus.

Meet the Speakers

Marvin Williams is the Director of Disability Resource Services at the California State University, Stanislaus.  His department is responsible for ensuring students have equal access to academic and student life on campus.  

Marvin also serves as co-chair of the CSU Statewide Services to Students with Disabilities Director’s Council and serves on the CSU Statewide Advisory Board for Services to Students with Disabilities. Previously, Marvin was the Assistive Technology Coordinator at Fresno State and an Assistive Technology Coordinator for the Delaware Assistive Technology Initiative with the University of Delaware’s Center for Disabilities Studies.  

He has a BS in Mechanical Engineering from Santa Clara University and an MS in Biomedical Engineering from Iowa State University. He’s currently working on an Ed.D. in Higher Education Leadership and has over 25 years of experience working in the disabilities community.

Ptahra Jeppe is a proud dyslexic and dedicated Disability Civil Rights Attorney in New York City. She received her J.D. magna cum laude with a curricular focus in Disability Law & Policy and an M.S. Ed. in Disability Studies from Syracuse University College of Law. Ms. Jeppe also received her B.A. magna cum laude with departmental honors from Adelphi University.

Ms. Jeppe has guest lectured at numerous colleges and universities, organizations, companies, and parent groups. Ms. Jeppe often focuses on learning disabilities, assistive technology, and her experience as an attorney who has navigated the education system.

As a Disability Civil Rights Attorney, Ms. Jeppe has a unique awareness and empathy for her client's situations. As a result, she is committed to advocating for meaningful access and opportunities for all.