Tchet Dereic Dorman

Tchet Dereic Dorman has a wide variety of experiences as an educator, administrator and organizational leader. He has been a university administrator and faculty member at 14 colleges and universities throughout the U.S. He presently serves as the Director of the Center for Social Justice and Multicultural Education in the Office of Institutional Diversity, Equity, Advocacy and Leadership at Temple University.

He has been the Director of Multicultural Affairs at both Albright College (Reading, Pennsylvania) and Lebanon Valley College (Annville, Pennsylvania), leading the colleges’ efforts to create multiculturally competent campus communities. In both cases, he organized faculty, administrators and students around creating campus-wide institutional diversity plans.

Additionally, he also taught courses at Temple, including Emotions, Diversity, and Democratic Leadership, African American History, African Literature, and Introduction to African American Studies. At Philadelphia University, he was a Visiting Assistant Professor for two years teaching Gender Studies; Class, Gender and Race in the Global Village; and Social Conflict. At Community College of Philadelphia, I taught two courses, Introduction to Sociology and Cultural Anthropology. At Lebanon Valley College, he taught a course he created, Multiculturalism and the American Identity. At Community College of Philadelphia, he taught Introduction to Sociology and Cultural Anthropology. At Harrisburg Area Community College, he taught Black History. On the secondary level, he has taught Pre-Calculus, Algebra and Geometry.

He has also made over 100 presentations promoting multicultural competency, inclusion, bias awareness, and leadership development at conferences, educational institutions, and various organizations across the country. Some of his most popular workshops have been: Leading and Teaching without Fear: Embracing Diversity through Constructive Conflict; Real Men are Feminist: The Role, Challenges and Power of Men Eradicating Sexism; Strategies for Responding to Campus Hate and Bias; Power in Unity: Strategic Organizing for Multicultural Affairs Professionals in Higher Education; Engaging Diversity for Organizational Transformation and Leadership Development; Developing Your Capacity to Co-Facilitate Diversity Dialogues; and None of Us Are Free Until All Are Free: The Case for a Multi-Lateral, Multi-Faceted, Multi-Dimensional Revolution.