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William ‘Bill’ Paden is also a highly visible activist, consultant and presenter working with and for Tate Consulting Service , Susan Taylor’s New Way Forward and National Cares Mentoring program. Bill is dedicated to working with college age African American and Latino males assisting them in finding their Academic persona and forcing them to reflect critically on how to navigate successfully on twenty first century campuses. He recently completed a series of workshops at Pasadena Community College from December of 2013 through April of 2014. He was a featured presenter and facilitator at the Male Leadership Academy in June of 2014 at CSULA and at the Manhood, Masculinity and Language Conference for students from East Los Angeles Community College and CSULA in Pasadena  February of 2015. Look for him to be major player in the dynamic upcoming Gender Distractions Conference at CSULA this April.

Workshops and Presentations

  • Featured presenter and facilitator at the Manhood Masculinity and Language Conference for students at East Los Angeles Community College and CSULA in Pasadena February 2015

  • Presenter and facilitator at the Male Leadership Academy, June 2014 at CSULA

  • Conducted a series of workshops for African-American and Latino males at Pasadena Community College, December 2013-April 2014

  • Yale University School of Law and Quinnipiac University Law School guest panelist for the Educational Disparity and Minority Youth Symposium, 2011

  • Susan Taylor’s guest contributor to the National Cares Mentoring Movement Initiative, A New Way Forward: Healing What’s Hurting Black America, 2009-2010

  • Conducted and facilitated the annual Summer Institute for administrators, teachers, counselors and mentors of African-American teen youth, University of California Los Angeles, 2008 and Arcadia, California, 2009

  • Featured on the Oprah Winfrey Show, 2007

  • Presenter at the Bill Cosby Town Hall Meeting, Flint, Michigan, 2007

  • Keynote presenter at the Essence Festival, New Orleans, Louisiana, 2007

  • Keynote speaker at the California State Superintendent Achievement Gap Summit, Sacramento, California, 2007

  • Keynote speaker at the National Title I Convention, Los Angeles, California, 2006

  • Unlocking the Genius of the African-American Student staff development for the Chatsworth High School Complex, Chatsworth, 2005

  • Political History of Hating, Humanities Summer Academy – University of Southern California, 1997

  • Black Male:  Representations of Masculinity - Armand Hammer Museum, University of California Los Angeles, 1994

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