VAM Advanced Leadership Institute: Building a More Diverse & Inclusive Board
Virginia Certificate in Museum Management
The Advanced Leadership Institute provides:
- 1 credit Internal Affairs
- 1 credit Career Development
“To make real and lasting change, work needs to be done at the top where the tone and priorities for each museum are established…Museum trustees and leaders can and must do more.” – Laura Lott, president and CEO of the American Alliance for Museums
We are honored to work with the Virginia Center for Inclusive Communities in the presentation of our inaugural Advanced Leadership Instititute.
The Institute will be led by Charm Bullard, Director of Programs at the Virginia Center for Inclusive Communities (VCIC). Ms. Bullard may be joined by additional VCIC staff members: Jacquie Johnson, Professional Development Coordinator or Nelson Reveley, Outreach Programs Coordinator.
In her role, Ms. Bullard designs and facilitates educational programs on diversity and inclusion for middle schools, high schools, colleges, workplaces, and community groups. Charm particularly specializes in VCIC’s higher education, workplace, and community programming and has conducted over 300 workshops across the Commonwealth of Virginia. She is particularly known for her warmth and humor as a facilitator, and her passion for encouraging and supporting diversity and inclusion. Ms. Bullard received her Bachelor’s degree in English from Lander University and her Master’s degree in Education from the University of Georgia.
The Virginia Center for Inclusive Communities (VCIC) traces its roots back to 1935 in Virginia. With a lengthy and rich history, it has been destined to change with the times, even as it works to change the times in which we live. Originally founded as the Virginia Region of the National Conference of Christians and Jews, the Virginia Center for Inclusive Communities has concluded its association with NCCJ and has joined with many of its fellow offices across the country to become the cornerstone of a new movement fighting prejudice in all its forms
The Diversity & Inclusion Series is Generously Supported by:
VAM's Advising Members Panel