Nominate a person or group from the MIT community for the MLK Leadership Award
November 6, 2016
omination deadline EXTENDED: 11:59 pm on FRIDAY, DECEMBER 9, 2016
The MLK Jr. Leadership Awards are given annually to students, alumni, staff, groups, and faculty who embody the spirit of Dr. King’s work. “Service to the community” is defined in the broadest sense and includes academic, research, religious, and secular contributions in which integrity, leadership, creativity, and positive outcome are apparent.
Recipients will receive their awards at the MIT MLK Celebration Awards Dinner on February 15 and acknowledged at the MLK Celebration Luncheon on February 16. See the list of previous MLK Leadership Award Recipients.
If you wish to nominate a person or organization, please apply at the Institute Equity & Community Office website by 11:59 pm on Monday, December 5, 2016.
Questions or comments? Contact Tobie Weiner (email or phone x3-3649) or Acia Adams-Heath (email or phone 3-2792).
MLK Celebration Planning Committee (MLK CPC):
Acia Adams-Heath, Senior Staff Accountant, Sponsored Accounting
Edmund Bertschinger, Institute Community and Equity Officer
Raul F. Boquin, ’17 Mathematics major
La-Tarri Canty, Director, Multicultural Programs, Student Activities Office
Sharon Clarke, Senior HR consultant, Information Systems & Technology
Jerome Friedman, Institute Professor Emeritus
Tiera Guinn, ’17 Aeronautics and Astronautics
Sally Haslanger, Professor, Linguistics and Philosophy
Alyce Johnson, Manage of Staff Diversity and Inclusion, Human Resources Department
William Kindred, MLK CPC Staff Co-chair, Administrative staff, Lincoln Lab
Heather Konar, Communications Officer, Office of the Dean for Graduate Education
Deborah Liverman, Director, Career Services, MIT Global Education and Career Development
Paul Parravano, Co-director, Office of Government and Community Relations, Office of EVPT
Zina Queen, MLK CPC Staff Co-Chair, Administrative Assistant II, Political Science
Mareena R. Snowden, G Nuclear Science and Engineering
Tobie Weiner, Undergraduate Administrator, Political Science