Join the students of L.E.A.P. (Lead, Empower, Act, with Purpose), an initiative led by Fordham social work students, on Tuesday, February 12 at Fordham University Lincoln Center for an eye-opening night of looking at social work through a uniquely unconventional lens.
L.E.A.P.’s mission is to motivate and inspire future social workers. Their events offer a fresh and stimulating perspective on how to apply your social work degree to non-traditional opportunities that fulfill your commitment to making an impact.
All social work school students and alumni from the New York area are invited to attend.
- Rae Draizen, Director of Brand Strategy at Collective, A DEI Lab: Social entrepreneur, startup enthusiast, strategist, writer, and advocate.
- Andrew Hill, Co-Founder of LiftEd; Named to the 2018 Forbes “30 Under 30” List: Entrepreneur, designer, and innovator with a deep-rooted passion for improving lives by leveraging software technology.
- Dr. Joanne Hill-Powell, Co-Founder & Chief Data Scientist at LiftEd: Behavior analyst consultant, advocate, and educator.
- Bianca Crystal Reid, Licensed Social Worker, Movement Specialist, and Doula
|6:30 p.m.||Doors Open|
|Refreshments and Networking|
|6:45 p.m.||Program Begins|
|Welcome from L.E.A.P.|
|Keynote Speakers: Rae Draizen, Andrew Hill and Dr. Joanne Hill-Powell Featuring: Bianca Crystal Reid|
|7:45 p.m.||Engagement with Speakers and Attendees|
|8:30 p.m.||Event Concludes|