Valerie Hart-Craig is a the Assistant Director of the Charles E. Brown African American Cultural Center here at Indiana State University, with a MA in Student Affairs & Higher Education, and BS in Sociology. Her specialties include that she is an enthusiastic and knowledgeable public speaker and at the recent ISU Success x Talks her topic was “There Are No Accidents Here: Embracing Your Destiny As A Scholar.” Other topics she presents on are Diversity Training, Sexual harassment & employment discrimination, Cultural sensitivity and Youth Empowerment & Leadership Development.
Valerie is committed to empowering students through experiential learning, and intrusive counseling. Previous experience also includes student organization advisement, not-for-profit work, diversity consulting, board development training, and event planning.
Valerie Hart-Craig is currently a member of Vigo Co. Literacy Coalition, 14th & Chestnut Community center board, & campus advisor to Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, and Sankofa peer mentoring group. She also serves as the President of the Greater Terre Haute NAACP where the aim is to Educate, Mobilize, and Grow the membership, constitute a powerful Grassroots Civil Rights Movement, and Energize the Nation through Activism, & Civic Engagement.
In Valerie’s Own Words:
“I am definitely “Every Woman”…it’s all in me. I am a believer who is fiercely loyal to those I love, & I believe that laughter…you know, the Real deep gusty laugh, can bring things back into perspective, and prayer can fix all the rest. This writing thing I do simply because I got a few things I wanna say, because when I get it off my dome, I can move forward…ya feel me?”
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