Dartmouth Events

Words & Their Consequences: Civil Discourse in 21st Century, Leah Daughtry '84

Rev. Leah Daughtry is CEO of the 2016 Democratic National Convention Committee; Principal of On These Things, LLC; Pastor of The House of the Lord Church; and a Class of 1984 alum.

Friday, January 15, 2016
4:00pm – 5:30pm
Room 003, Rockefeller Center
Intended Audience(s): Public
Categories: Lectures & Seminars, Martin Luther King Jr. Celebration

Dartmouth College Annual Celebration of Martin Luther King, Jr. Public Lecture: This lecture will focus on how to engage in an elegant civil discourse on issues of significance at a local and global level and how people should think about the impact of their words, their behaviors, and their actions.

Co-sponsored by the Tucker Center

The Reverend Leah D. Daughtry is a nationally recognized teacher, preacher, speaker, organizer, leader, and political strategist. Rev. Daughtry currently serves as Chief Executive Officer of the 2016 National Democratic Convention Committee, reprising the role she played for the 2008 Convention, and making her the first person in Democratic Party history to hold the position twice. For her work as creator of Faith In Action, the Democratic Party's outreach to communities of Faith, Religion News Service named her one of the 12 most influential Democrats in the nation on faith and values politics. Daughtry represents the fifth consecutive generation of pastors in the Daughtry family. She is Pastor of The House of the Lord Church in Washington, DC, and currently serves as Jurisdictional Elder of the denomination's Southeast Region. She is the eldest daughter of Reverend Dr. Herbert Daughtry, founder of the National Black United Front and National Presiding Minister of the House of the Lord Churches. She is the founder of On These Things, LLC, which provides strategic planning and management consulting services to a variety of businesses and organizations, and which produces high profile events, such as the Closing Ceremonies of the 50th Anniversary of the March on Washington.

For more information, contact:
Joanne Needham

Events are free and open to the public unless otherwise noted.