Dr. Sherice Janaye Nelson is a speaker, author, professor, and consultant. She is a Black Diaspora expert who focuses on the political, social, and economic effects of chattel slavery. This expertise as helped her serve her clients as a diversity consultant and founder of Dr. Janaye Executes. She is also the Executive Director of the Black Leadership Roundtable: a non-profit committed to the unity of Black civic leaders and organizations, and a member of the advisory board for the Center for Racial Justice at Dillard University. Dr. Nelson’s book The Congressional Black Caucus: Fifty Years of Fighting for Equality centers the experiences and accomplishments of Black legislators as the chief moral agents in Congress, and is due out Spring of 2021. She is the mother of a seven year old son and is currently a professor at Southern University in Baton Rouge, Louisiana.
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