Black and African Diaspora SIG

The Black and African Diaspora Special Interest Group will support and advance the work of counseling and enrollment professionals as they help the students and the community realize their full potential, with particular emphasis on African American's transition to postsecondary education. The Black and African Diaspora SIG is committed to promoting highly professional, hands-on community work that fosters ethical and social responsibility. 


Black and African Diaspora SIG Co-Leaders: 

Warren Quirett
Episcopal High School

Tela M. Thigpen
Freedom Prep Charter Schools

Courtney Vaughn
Holy Innocents' Episcopal School (GA)

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