Five Students Attend NAIS Diversity Conference

Five Indian Springs students—Catherine Hinson ’25, Leo Liu ’24, Ryleigh Smith ’26, Mylo Waara ’24, and Madeline Williams ’23—attended the 2022 National Association of Independent Schools’ Student Diversity Leadership Conference (SDLC).
Held December 1-3 in San Antonio, the conference gathered multiracial and multicultural student leaders from independent high schools across the U.S. and abroad for a long weekend of seminars, workshops, and group discussions about inclusion on campus.
SDLC encourages student attendees to take leadership in their school communities and to implement the ideas they learned at the conference upon returning to campus.
In conjunction with the SDLC, chaperone D’Anthony Allen, Student Life Coordinator, attended the 2022 People of Color Conference (PoCC), which provides leadership and professional development for people of color in independent schools.
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