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The Role of Philanthropy in Transformation:  Affordability, Anti-racism, and Gender Justice
Featured Speaker, Roger H. Brown, President, Berklee College of Music

Join us for a thought-provoking conversation with Roger H. Brown to explore the role of philanthropy in affordability, anti-racism and gender justice.

Roger Brown has served as Berklee’s president since 2004. Under Brown’s leadership, Berklee has dramatically increased the diversity of the leadership and student body of the college. In addition, he has expanded its global presence, embraced the role of technology in music and performing arts, and created Berklee Online, the preeminent online degree–granting music education program. As president, he oversees Berklee College of Music, Boston Conservatory at Berklee, Berklee’s campuses in Valencia, Spain, and New York City, and Berklee Online.