Pam and Stefani connected on Instagram Live to discuss how Black women working in campus recreation are forming connections and networks to create community for these important voices in NIRSA.
Sit-in with NIRSA President David Davenportand NIRSA Executive Director Pam Watts to learn what’s happened with the Association since their July Instagram Live call and what’s on the horizon.
NIRSA Executive Director Pam Watts and NIRSA President David Davenport met today on Instagram live to discuss what's been going on in the Association since their last letter to members.
Summer is meant for swimming—even if you dislike the water or don’t know how to swim. Like a lot of people, my own mind is a place where I’ve been swimming a lot lately.
On behalf of the NIRSA Championship Series, I wanted to take a moment to share some updates regarding the process in place to determine plans for the 2020-2021 season.
I’m half white and half Latinx; looking a certain way and acting a certain way has always kept me halfway “in the window” and halfway out. Our individual experience shapes our perspectives in these conversations.
Sports are the best drama because of the raw, genuine emotion they elicit. When our favorite athletes use their platforms and direct that emotion to improving the world, fans are engaged.
We have overcome. We, the humans of NIRSA, have caught each other when the world turned upside down.
The Championship Series has influenced roughly half of my life. It has developed my professional and personal skills, and allowed me to meet some of the most fantastic and dedicated people NIRSA has to offer.
Over the past several days, outrage and anger and sadness poured out into the streets across the U.S. NIRSA will continue to champion equity, diversity, and inclusion as crucial to healthy people and healthy communities.