I want to thank the conference committee of the Whatcom Human Rights Task Force for inviting me to speak with you today. It’s a privilege. The work that the Task Force does, and that all of you do as educators, advocates, and agents of change has never been more important.
This is an especially significant day of remembrance for the life and legacy of Dr. King, the first after the 2016 election. Dr. Martin Luther King’s message of equality, justice, humanity and social change is especially meaningful this year as we recommit to the process of healing and bringing together our…Continue reading Remarks Delivered at the Whatcom Human Rights Taskforce 19th Annual Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Human Rights Conference
Thank you for being here today at the Western Leadership Forum. Still being new to Bellingham, I see many new faces in the audience, in addition to familiar ones who have already graciously welcomed Uzma and me to Bellingham. I look forward to learning more from all of you about our community’s needs, and how Western can be a stronger partner in helping to meet them.
I’ve been thinking about the many dimensions of leadership that bring us together today. At the top of the list, of course, is the opportunity to learn from one…Continue reading Remarks to the Bellingham Leadership Forum, November 17, 2016
September 16, 2016
Thank you, Kristen, for your kind introduction.
It is a special privilege to speak to you today as we recognize our distinguished faculty and staff colleagues for their accomplishments. Congratulations to our honorees.
It is a tremendous honor to lead Western. I would like to start by expressing my thanks to the Board of Trustees, members of the search committee, and to all of you for the trust you have placed in me. Over the past six weeks, Uzma and I have…Continue reading President Randhawa Addresses WWU Faculty and Staff at Opening Convocation