Inspired by the power of personal story telling and empathic listening, a small group of people connected to William & Mary in diverse ways began to create opportunities for open conversational sharing about personal experiences related to social issues.
The planning committee is comprised of staff, faculty members, students, campus ministers, and community members, who have worked together collaboratively since July 2016.
Jody Allen, Lemon Project and History
Max Blalock, Wesley Foundation
Chief Deb Cheesebro, W&M Police
Kim Green, Office of Community Engagement
Travis Harris, American Studies
Natoya Haskins, School of Education
Warrenetta Mann, Counseling Center
Sherry McKinney, Office of Community Engagement
Elizabeth Miller, Office of Community Engagement
Tyler Montgomery, Bruton Parish and Canterbury
Melody Porter, Office of Community Engagement
Meredith Randle, Office of Community Engagement
Jeremy Stoddard, School of Education