The HBCU Experience: Historically Black Colleges and Universities Night

The HBCU Experience: Historically Black Colleges and Universities Night

Roland Park Country School is honored to host the 2024 AIMS HBCU Experience Program on Thursday, February 8, 2024 from 6:30 p.m. - 8:30 p.m. featuring keynote speaker Chelsea Roberts, RPCS Class of 2012 and Spelman College Class of 2016.

Ms. Roberts is COO of HBCUvc, a non-profit dedicated to transforming how investment capital is formed and allocated to benefit historically underestimated groups. Her work centers around racial equity and economic justice leveraging the technology industry as the catalyst to inclusion. She’s a political enthusiast and loves to understand how public policy shapes technology trends and behaviors. Prior to joining HBCUvc Chelsea worked at The Advisory Board Company and Mount Sinai Health System in healthcare consulting and venture philanthropy. Chelsea earned a BA in Political Science from Spelman College (cum laude) and an MPA from New York University's Wagner School of Public Service.

The program will include the keynote address and conversation as well as an interactive panel discussion with AIMS high school graduates who currently attend HBCUs, and a festive social networking reception:

  • 6:30 p.m.: Welcome and Keynote Address: The Power of an HBCU Education and Keynote Conversation
  • 7:10 p.m.: Student Experience Discussion with AIMS graduates currently attending HBCUs and Audience Q and A
  • 7:45 p.m.: Social and Networking Reception

If you would like to learn more about the experience of attending a Historically Black College or University and being part of the lifelong HBCU community, we hope you will attend. All Middle and Upper School students and family members are welcome! 

Co-sponsored by:
Boys’ Latin School of Baltimore
Bryn Mawr School
Friends School of Baltimore
Garrison Forest School
Gilman School
McDonogh School
Mount Saint Joseph’s High School