Concordia’s Office of Multicultural Engagement invites CUW students, faculty, and staff to attend this special event in honor of Black History Month.

Keynote speaker Denisha Tate will seek to inspire, transform, and ignite listeners to walk in their power and purpose with a degree of excellence and confidence that inspires others to do the same. Tate is an award-winning consultant, speaker, and trainer who seeks to help leaders and organizations identify barriers, discover the source, and establish a plan so that they can lead others to a better tomorrow.


This event is open to all CUW students, faculty, and staff.


No registration is required for this event. Participants will join via Zoom.

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Welcome | Director of Multicultural Engagement Walter Goodwyn

Prayer/Opening Word | Rev. Christopher Bodley, LCMS Michigan District Missionary at Large

Vocal Performance | CUW student

Spoken Word Performance | CUW student DJ Ford

Keynote | Denisha Tate

Closing Word | Rev. Patrick T. Ferry, PhD, Concordia President

The program will be MC-ed by CUW Coordinator of Field Experience Nicole Gaines.