Wabash – More Inclusive and Diverse

“Shepherd” Justin Taylor explains the priorities as leader Rob Shook ’83 looks on

Last night over 60 faculty, staff, alumni, and students gathered for a workshop on inclusiveness and diversity at Wabash.  It was interesting and informative.  We have work to do, as they say.

The workshop leaders were Rob Shook ’83 and his fellow IBM employee Bill Kirst.  They are exceptional at getting a group involved and motivated.  They created an inclusive environment, free from any criticism, and left people to explore new and different ideas.

One of the breakout sessions with ideas (Sticky Notes) on the wall in the background.

President Pat White reviewed the findings with the group near the end and found the work to be beneficial as the college moves forward.

Fun…informative…productive…I think that equals time well spent for individuals and for Wabash.