Ramona Curtis, MA, is the Director for Community Engagement & Initiatives at Baylor University. She helps to foster campus synergy around the broad implications and meaning of global citizenship through the provision of forums for discussion, direct service, creative energy, and individual and collective community action. Ms. Curtis has received numerous other awards including the most recently awarded Baylor University’s Diversity Enhancement Award. Ms. Curtis served as a Fellow of the Center for Disease Control’s National Academy for The Public’s Health and a current doctoral student at Prairie View A&M University. Ms. Curtis is a proud member of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. where she serves as the chair for the Healthy Soul Food Cooking Demonstration, Policy and Procedures Committee, and International Awareness Trust. She speaks throughout the global community on leadership, diversity, and other professional development topics. In 2015 she spoke at the University of Belize on Strategic Planning: Education for Development, as a part of the countries Belize 2030 Pillar II, Education for Life and Lifelong Learning. She teaches Sociology for Tarleton State University and McLennan Community College. She also teaches at Baylor University in the Baylor Interdisciplinary Core (BIC) program. She holds a Bachelors in Communication from University of Texas at Arlington, a Masters of Sociology from Prairie View A&M University, and is currently pursuing her Ph. D. from Prairie View A&M University studying Educational Leadership.