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Administrative Professionals' Day Conference focuses on diversity

Auburn University Human Resources

More than 200 people attended the 2017 Administrative Professionals' Day conference, which was held on Wednesday, April 26, at the Student Center.  The theme for the event was "Diversity: Embrace It, Share It, and Celebrate It."  This day was devoted to honoring all administrative professionals and office assistants for their ongoing contributions to Auburn University. 

Mosaic performs

The Mosaic Theatre Company (MTC) performs as the lunch keynote performance.  Mosaic is dedicated to the creation and performance of original works of theater that investigate current issues of diversity in the hopes of crafting lifelong alliances.

Sonya Dixon and Melva Tate

Melva Tate (right), President and Senior HR Consultant with Tate & Associates in Birmingham, was the morning keynote speaker.  She is pictured with Sonya Dixon of Employee Relations.

Dr. Brecke and Dr. Renner speaking

Dr. Tabitha Brecke and Dr. Scott Renner of the Office of Accessibility discuss "Diversity, Inclusion, and Accessibility" during one of the morning breakout sessions.

Office of International Programs reps speak

Representatives with the Office of International Programs (OIP) speak during one of the morning breakout sessions.  OIP works with every academic department on campus to send 1,200 Auburn students abroad on 90+ programs to more than 30 countries every year.

Jessica King speaks

Jessica King, the Director of Communication and Marketing in the Office of Alumni Affairs, shares information about the "125th Anniversary of Auburn Women" campaign.

Last updated: 06/22/2017