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The Importance of Transparency When You Don’t Have All the Answers by Beth Moeller
Help NALP Capture New Data on First-Generation College Students by Danielle A. Taylor
We Stood Against Injustice; Where Do We Stand Now? by Nirvana Dove, Tonya Gaskins, and Sonya Wilson
The Evolution of Technology Within NALP’s Member Services by Lisa Quirk
A Long and Bumpy Road: Adventures in Sustained Dialogue by Shannon P. Bartlett
Updating Your Policies to Protect LBGTQ Employees and Applicants by José Bahamonde-González
Fluid and Flexible is the Name of the Game…Things to Consider for OCIs by Sheryl Roberts
It’s a Small[er] World After All: How CDOs Are Coping with Getting Even Smaller by Kathryn Overberg
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