Dr. Katrice Albert, Vice President for Institutional Diversity, University of Kentucky
October 17 @ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm$10.00 – $15.00
Join us for a Thoroughbred Chapter Virtual Event featuring: Dr. Katrice Albert, Vice President for Institutional Diversity, University of Kentucky
This event will be hosted via Zoom so once you purchase your ticket, a zoom link will be sent to the email provided in your registration.
About our speaker:
Dr. Katrice A. Albert has a distinguished career in higher education and intercollegiate athletics. She currently serves as the Vice President for Institutional Diversity at the University of Kentucky. Prior to that, Dr. Albert served as the executive vice president of inclusion and human resources at The National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA). Previously, Albert served as vice president for equity and diversity of the University of Minnesota system, and before that as vice provost for equity, diversity and community outreach at Louisiana State University (LSU).
She writes, speaks, and consults on the issues of cultural competence and integration, corporate social responsibility, educational and workforce inclusion, gender and dynamics of power, educational access and community-university partnerships.
Albert earned a bachelor’s degree in psychology from the Xavier University of Louisiana, a master’s in counseling psychology from The University of Southern Mississippi and a doctoral degree in counseling psychology from Auburn University. She has repeatedly been recognized nationally for her efforts as an inclusion champion and subject matter expert. She is a highly sought-after scholar-practitioner that frequently writes, speaks, and consults on cultural competence and integration, corporate social responsibility, educational and workforce access and equity, gender and dynamics of power, and community-university partnerships.
Katrice A. Albert is a native of New Roads, Louisiana, in Pointe Coupée Parish.