Posted December 15, 2020 by Marilyn Taylor
2 individuals engaged in earnest conversation

Loretta Ross is a Black Feminist who has been best known for her lifelong human rights activism and educational leadership for women of colour. Among other things, she was the national coordinator of the SisterSong Women of Color Reproductive Justice Collective and co-created the theory of Reproductive Justice. She was national co-director of the April 25, 2004, March for Women’s Lives in Washington D.C., the largest protest march in U.S. history at that time with 1.15 million participants.

Posted November 27, 2020 by Cheryl Heykoop
BC SUPPORT Unit Interior Centre and Interior Health logos

Partners in Leadership Education

The School of Leadership Studies wishes to thank the BC SUPPORT Unit Interior Centre and Interior Health for their engagement as our 2020-Health Leadership Challenge™ sponsoring organization.

Posted November 13, 2020 by Cheryl Heykoop
Photo by Andrew Thornebrooke on Unsplash
Posted November 2, 2020 by Lisa Corak
Afro-Ecuadorians and Global Leadership students sitting at a table sharing their culture

The Power of Culture

As the Program Coordinator for Royal Roads University's Global Leadership programs, I travelled with students to Ecuador for an experiential element of their global studies. We were privileged to form the relationships that allowed us to visit Afro-Ecuadorian communities and experience their culture, challenges, and leadership. Afro-Ecuadorians primarily live in a small community north of Quito and a small community near Esmeraldas.