Dr. Toby Jenkins is an Assistant Professor of Integrative Studies and Higher Education at George Mason University. She received her master's in College Student Personnel Services from the University of Maryland, College Park and completed her doctoral studies in Educational Theory and Policy at Penn State University. She has built a career providing key cultural programs and community initiatives to underrepresented ethnic markets and has developed a long list of creative and meaningful community programs (www.TobyJenkins.Weebly.com).
My Culture, My Color, My Self: Heritage, Resilience, and Community in the Lives of Young Adults is available at amazon.com, BarnesandNoble.com, and through all major booksellers.
Inspiring Cultural Leadership in College Students
Most college educators agree that we are not simply in the business of manufacturing college graduates but, more importantly, developing conscious citizens. And inspiring this complex understanding of the world and what role you have to play in making an impact is ultimately about leadership.