Challenges of Grassroots Organizational DevelopmentMon, April 15
Quincy Dunlap has spent the last twenty years working tirelessly for the advancement of under-served and under-represented communities. Through various leadership roles at renowned non-profits, developing and implementing strategic programming, serving on boards and committees, and partnering with entities in the public and private sectors, Dunlap has solidified himself as a dynamic and inspirational leader, with an unwavering commitment and passion for service.
His time in the Urban League movement began in 2010 at the New York Urban League, where he served as the Director of College Access. He also served as Manager for the Education and Youth Development Division with the National Urban League, where his primary responsibility was the administrative and programmatic oversight of the NUL signature program, Project Ready. And, for the last three years, he has served as the Vice President of the Board of Directors for the NUL Federal Credit Union.
Quincy earned his B.A. in Political Science from Lincoln University of Missouri and his Master of Education degree from William Woods University. He has also completed Executive Training Certificate Programs with Fordham University’s Gabelli School of Business and the NUL/Duke University’s Corporate Education -Emerging Leaders Program.