top of page
  • The Center

Riot Conference for Female-Identifying Students of Color

Hello everyone,

We want to send out a last-minute reminder that you have until Friday, March 5th to sign up for the Riot Conference which will be on March 20th. To recap --The Riot Conference is a free, one-day event held for female-identifying students of color from independent high schools that University High School students have been planning since this summer. Attendants will hear from our two amazing keynote speakers:

Dr. Akilah Cadet, CEO of Change Cadet Consulting

Mariam Naficy: founder and CEO of Minted,

Followed by a panel and workshops led by 7 dope women of color who have all excelled in their respective fields:

(top left to right) Sallie Kim: Magistrate Judge, Lisa Patel: Stanford Professor of Pediatrics, Virgie Tovar: Author and body-positivity activist, Sherly Davis: Director of SF Human Rights Commission

(bottom left to right) Shafia Zaloom: Author and health educator, Deeksha Gulati: Founder of LILAS Wellness, Cynthia Meng: Music director, software engineer, pianist

Through keynote speeches, panels, workshops, and discussions, these women will share their stories as well as their advice and resources for young WOC hoping to enter similar career fields in the future -- including politics, criminal justice, medicine, public health/health education, music and art, entrepreneurship, writing, and activism.

Sponsors whose products will be featured in our Riot care packages and raffles include, but are not limited to the following:

We're hoping to see a few more of you apply before the 3/5 deadline, especially underclassmen. The Riot Conference is probably the most fun way to network! The link to sign up: The link to enter our giveaway (which also ends 3/5): Faculty are welcome to join us as well for the keynote and panel portions of the event.

Follow our Instagram (@riotconference) for updates and more information about our speakers and event. Look forward to seeing you later this March! Love, Riot Conference Committee

14 views0 comments


bottom of page