March 22, 2023 7:30 p.m.End:
March 22, 2023Location: Pruis Hall
Emily Ladau is an internationally renowned disability rights activist, speaker, digital consultant, and writer. Her career began at the age of 10 when she appeared on several episodes of “Sesame Street” to educate children about her life with a physical disability. Ms. Ladau has been published in a range of media outlets, including The New York Times, Self, and Vice. Her first book, “Demystifying Disability,” was published in 2021 and is an approachable guide to being a better ally to people with disabilities.
The Excellence in Leadership speaker series provides a platform for some of the nation's most recognized leaders to share their experiences, insight, and knowledge with our campus. Learn from their unique experiences about what it means to be a leader.
All events are free and open to the public unless otherwise noted.
Our past speakers have included business owners, journalists, philanthropists, activists, politicians, political advisors, athletes, coaches, lawyers, film producers, and even an Oscar nominee.
Each speaker has shared a unique perspective on what it means to lead, and how students can strive to make an impact, now and in the future.
This speaker series is sponsored by Miller College of Business; the Diversity and Inclusive Excellence Committee; Women and Gender Studies; Office of Student Life; and Disability Services