GREGORY HODGE ON "WORKING FOR RACIAL EQUALITY: MOVING FROM TALK TO ACTION WITH AN EQUITY AGENDA"
On Thursday, February 25, 2021, GGU Presents, the GGU Race & Justice Task Force (RJTF), and the GGU’s Black Law Student Association (BLSA) co-hosted an engaging conversation with social change activist, organizational development consultant, and Golden Gate University School of Law alumnus, Gregory Hodge ’85.
Mr. Hodge is a social change activist and organizational development consultant with Khepera Consulting. As a strategist, meeting designer, racial equity trainer, facilitator, and coach, Mr. Hodge works with a range of groups from small non-profits and foundations to public agencies—particularly school districts and foundations. He is also the the Chief Network Officer for the Oakland-based Brotherhood of Elders Network and is a coordinating partner in designing the Healing Generations Institute with the National Compadres Network.
As a leader in his community, Mr. Hodge served two four-year terms as a member of the Oakland Unified School District Board of Education beginning in January 2000; including a year as president of the board. Mr. Hodge is also a Fulbright-Hays Fellow, recipient of a Gerbode Foundation Fellowship, and board chair of the Rockwood Leadership Institute.