OFFICE OF DIVERSITY, EQUITY & INCLUSION
VSB will be a leader in creating an inclusive, equitable and diverse community that serves all members and stakeholders and reflects the University’s commitment to equality, justice and mutual respect. VSB will also seek to increase the representation of underrepresented groups across race, gender, sexual orientation, ethnicity, socio-economic, religious and other social identities and backgrounds.
Joyce E. A. Russell, PhD, the Helen and William O’Toole Dean of the Villanova School of Business, shares the various ways business schools can, and should, contribute to diversity, equity and inclusion in their schools as well as in the broader community.
“When people feel they belong, it improves their chances for success. Higher education needs to do what we do best—generate and share knowledge—to create a more inclusive environment and model the world in which we want to live.”
- Terrill L. Drake VSB Head Diversity Officer and Associate Dean,
COMMUNITY NEWS & HIGHLIGHTS
The Villanova School of Business is thankful to @BlackVillanova for creating space for our Black and People of Color community members to share their experiences. We hear you.
As a Senior Leadership Team, we are reading each post and listening to our community members. We encourage the entire VSB community to do the same. To facilitate the necessary changes, we need to lean into challenging conversations.
The stories shared weigh heavily on our minds and hearts. We have work to do to make our community more welcoming and inclusive, and we will respond in a way that is proactive and supportive.
NABA and ALPFA Chapters Come to VSB
NABA and ALPFA will provide the students of color at VSB with the support and encouragement they need to believe in their abilities and strive for success.
READ ABOUT NABA
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“Each of us had something to learn from others and something to teach in return.”
- St. Augustine
“Embracing all with mutual respect leads to rich discussions, broader perspectives that in turn bring all together in any environment to achieve together.”
Michele Etzel ’87 VSB
Chair, Dean’s Advisory Council;
CEO, National Enterprise Solutions;
CFO, National Graphics Inc.