Strengths & Struggles Virtual Summit Interview between Dr. Jeanine Staples and Symone McCollum

To cite Symone McCollum, please use this citation in your work:

*McCollum, S. (2017, September). “Three Ways to Boss Up: The Words of Wisdom (and an Action Plan) from an African American Undergraduate Woman Scholar.” In J. M. Staples (Chair & Discussant), Strengths and Struggles in Schools & Society: Producing Critical & Creative Examinations of Intersectional Lives. Virtual Summit commissioned and produced by Bucknell University’s Office of Multicultural Student Services & unHerd Series, Central Pennsylvania.

Symone McCollum is currently a scholar, leader and entrepreneur at the Pennsylvania State University. Named “Woman of the Year” by the Black Student Union, Symone serves as the current President for the National Council of Negro Women (PSU branch), scholar in the Presidential Leadership Academy, Executive Director for the Dr. Martin Luther King Commemoration Committee, Resident Assistant, and black business owner.