Dr. Brice A. Miller, Sr.
Grammy-Nominated Jazz Musician, Educator, Scholar
Dr. Miller is a New Orleans-based, Grammy-nominated jazz musician, performance artist, music/jazz educator, scholar, lecturer, and public humanities/cultural-scholarly engagement specialist, and overall inspiring human concerned with the greater good of all mankind. As a second-generation New Orleans musician, he has traveled the world representing the city he loves. Dr. Miller cannot be boxed in. His existence is a plethora of interests and extremely interdisciplinary, whether it be building custom classic cars, writing lyrics for soundtracks or coaching his kids’ soccer teams. He approaches everything he does by thinking outside the box, just like his hometown, New Orleans.
Main Stage Keynote: Intersectionality & Events: What Your Audience Needs to Belong & Thrive
Wednesday, June 8
11:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. Central Standard Time (CST).
Building inclusive events and workplaces isn’t a “one size fits all” strategy. So, how can you truly welcome everyone—and invite all voices to the table? In this fireside chat DEI Truth Teller and workplace changemaker Madison Butler will reveal what it means to create welcoming, psychologically safe spaces by breaking down intersectionality in all its forms—and showing you ways to better understand, answer, and celebrate the unique individuals who attend your meetings and experiences. Learn how you can effectively determine what your attendees and colleagues need to thrive–and walk away with empowering advice for how you can also show up as and care for yourself in the process.