Raven Scott Speaks on Self-Leadership at The Calhoun School

How do we practice kindness, gratitude, self-care, and grace during moments of crisis? On Thursday, June 7, Raven Scott, Assistant Director of Programming for Leadership and Character in the College, used her expertise in leadership development to explore these topics in a virtual speaker series organized by The Calhoun School in New York City.

Scott has cultivated her knowledge and interest in leadership studies through her background in college sports, playing varsity volleyball for Millsaps College and later returning as an assistant coach. She’s also a seasoned educator, teaching in schools around the world and most recently directing a volleyball club with over 150 girls. With her unique background, Raven demystifies the topic of leadership, offering practical suggestions for self-leadership rooted in personal and professional experience while acknowledging character as the essential ingredient in leadership of any sort.