Pride Summit

Identity: More than LGBQA TGNCI
The Pride Alumni Community gathers to take and discuss a personality assessment as we answer the question, Who Am I?
Titan Pride!
Participants gather for a quick group shot.
Participants engaged in a diversity exercise that discussed social privilege and marginality during the Summit.
Out at Work?
A panel of faculty, staff and alums talked about LGBQA TGNCI identity as it relates to their work lives and professions.
Small group brainstorming
As cohort groups, participants described their common personality characteristics for the larger assemblage.

On March 29, 2014, Illinois Wesleyan University hosted its first Pride Summit. The theme of this year's event was titled Identity: Who I am on the Inside and Outside. 

The day started out with breakfast followed by an activity called What I Wouldn't Sell, Trade, or Give Away. Participants brought an item following this criteria and presented it to the group.

The next activity was called My Style, Your Style, Our Style. This activity helped us all connect as we realized our similarities and differences.

We took a break for lunch then participated in the Diversity Shuffle. The Diversity Shuffle allowed us to reexamine where we have privilege and what this means. A small group discussion was held following this event.

Finally, a panel of alumni spoke about being LGBT+ and out in the workplace.

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PAC Summit publicity