Program mentors are leaders of schools of public service who are committed to addressing structural racism and advancing initiative goals. Recently retired or former leaders of schools of public service are also eligible to mentor.
Mentors serve as advisors, workshop leads, and professional coaches for participants. The initiative is anchored by a network mentoring model, allowing participants to interact with a range of mentors with different backgrounds and expertise from across the nation.
Mentors are thoughtful, passionate about public service, and eager to welcome a broader range of people to the venues where leaders typically engage. Mentors will receive best practices and helpful readings to sharpen their mentorship skills.