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2022 AMTA Symposium: Carol Bitcon Lecture to feature Dr. Juliana Mosley-Williams

October 5, 2022 07:21 PM

As part of the Opening Session for the 2022 AMTA Symposium on November 13, the Carol Bitcon Lecture features Dr. Juliana Mosley-Williams, who will be speaking on The Do-Re-Mi of Cultural Humility. All of the Symposium sessions are included in your registration. More information at


About our speaker: Juliana M. Mosley-Williams has 25 years of experience in education.  Juliana currently serves as the inaugural Special Assistant to the President for Diversity, Equity & Inclusion at Salus University in Elkins Park, PA and previously held several positions in higher education as the Chief Diversity, Inclusion & Community Relations Officer at Chestnut Hill College, a Vice President for Student Affairs at Lincoln University, Edward Waters College, Marygrove College, and Philander Smith College; the Director of Multicultural Affairs at John Carroll University; the Executive Assistant to the President at Kentucky State University; and High School Business Teacher in Houston Independent School District.  Juliana also serves as a consultant, having presented nearly 100 times, to include a TEDxTalk, conference keynotes (international, national and regional), universities, non-profit organizations, government agencies, and corporations. In these instances, she provided training and development workshops in DEI, leadership transition, strategic planning, and student development. Juliana earned a Ph.D. in Educational Leadership and M.A. in Curriculum and Teacher Leadership from Miami University of Ohio, and B.S. in Business Education from Ball State University. 


Affectionately called Dr. J. by her beloved students, Juliana’s commitment and service to education and the community is evident in her honors as a Philadelphia Tribune 2019 Woman of Achievement honoree, and moderator for Philadelphia Women in Leadership Symposium 2022 and 2023.  Juliana is also extremely committed to serving her local communities, currently serving as a board member of Philadelphia Education Fund; and former roles as grant reviewer for Chester County Fund for Women and Girls Grants Allocation Committee (West Chester, PA); board member for Girl Scouts of America (Gateway Council---Northern Counties of Florida); Steering Committee Chair for Save Our Sons (non-profit in Jacksonville FL); and 25 year member of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc.

Juliana seeks to educate and train people to engage in difficult dialog through cultural humility to make the unconscious conscious.