Seneca Crump He/Him/His

Seneca Crump is a Program Manager for Student Education and Empowerment within the Center for Belonging and Social Change. He completed his bachelor's degree at the University of Mississippi and master’s degree at Western Kentucky University. In our center, Seneca co-facilitates workshops around social justice and cultural identity development in addition to serving as the advisor to the Ujima Leadership Network and African American Heritage Festival. Working as an advocate and educator within higher education for a little over five years, Seneca has served in many functional areas represented across student affairs. His expertise lies in educating and advising students around issues related to justice, equity, diversity and inclusion (JEDI) work and empowering Black student leaders to drive collective change within their community. He is passionate about creating space for racial and social empowerment of marginalized identities. In addition, he values family, community, coaching others, volunteerism, and public policy. During Seneca’s spare time, he enjoys listening to music, exploring many forms of art and traveling back to Mississippi to be with close family and friends.