Streaming Media


Millett Hall Atrium

Start Date

2-13-2017 3:20 PM

End Date

2-13-2017 3:40 PM


Jennifer Subban is an associate professor in the Department of Urban Affairs and Geography, where she teaches courses related to urban affairs and planning and nonprofit and public administration.

As director of the Nonprofit Leadership Alliance certificate program, Subban ensures that students are prepared to meet the educational and practical demands of being a nonprofit executive. She boasts that her students are “certified to change the world” when they earn the credential of “Certified Nonprofit Professional.” Jennifer is equally proud of the community-based leadership training that Wright State students deliver to youth in Durban, South Africa, as part of a Study Abroad program.

Her research and service focus on community development and capacity building to overcome disparities and promote social justice in areas such as education and health with an emphasis primarily on women, children, and communities of color. Subban has a strong commitment to community engagement and currently serves as a program evaluator for the TOTS (Taking Off to Success) program. This program is committed to supporting parents’ efforts to ensure that their children are kindergarten ready and operates in both West and East Dayton. She was named YMCA Women of Influence in 2012.


Feb 13th, 3:20 PM Feb 13th, 3:40 PM

Ensuring Kindergarten Readiness: The Role of Social Capital

Millett Hall Atrium