DivCo 2021:"Strength Through Stories"
October 1 - 3, 2021
Trailblazers like Herb Kemp T’66, the first African American to graduate from Tuck, and Pamela Scott T’75, the first African American woman to graduate from Tuck, helped pave the way for future Tuck students and leaders. In our 27th annual Tuck Diversity Conference, join students, alumni, faculty, staff, executives and attendees from all over the world as we celebrate our diverse stories.
Tuck draws students from all walks of life. Our goal is to create a community in which diversity is accepted and celebrated. For us, diversity means encouraging and including each person's ideas, perspectives, and life experiences. Please join us for the 27th annual Tuck Diversity Conference on October 1-3, 2021. This student-run event joins students, alumni, faculty, staff, executives, and attendees from all over the world for discussions, networking, and mentoring. In addition, you'll learn more about our MBA program, the admissions process, and what makes our community unique.
This year, we are excited to share that the Tuck Diversity Conference will be held in person and virtually; our hope is that this hybrid model allows participants to engage with the conference and Tuck in the way that they are most comfortable. Please see our FAQ section for more information.
Conference Keynote Speaker
Dawson Her Many Horses T'10
Senior Vice President & Head of Native American Banking, Commercial Banking
Dawson Her Many Horses, an enrolled member of the Rosebud Sioux Tribe, leads Wells Fargo's services to tribes and tribally owned enterprises.
Dawson began his finance career in 2002 at Merrill Lynch. In 2004, he was appointed Director of Native American Business Development for the investment banking, wealth management and asset management groups at Merrill. Dawson attended Tuck’s Diversity Conference as a prospective student in the fall of 2007 and year later enrolled at Tuck. After graduating from Tuck in 2010, Dawson moved into Merrill Lynch Investment Banking, where he focused on the gaming industry.
Dawson serves as Chairman of the Native American Finance Officers Association (NAFOA)'s Corporate Advisory Board. He also sits on the Board of Trustees of the American Indian College Fund, where he is the Vice-Chair of the Finance and Investment Committee. Dawson is the founder of the Native American employee group at Bank of America.