“The Daily Act of Pursuing Equity” will be the focus of the 7th annual Bobby Boyd Leadership Lecture at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill School of Social Work. Alexa Broderick will present the Boyd lecture on Tuesday, March 24, at the School. The event is free and open to the public. Lunch will be offered at noon, with the presentation beginning at 12:30 p.m. Broderick is the founder and principal of The Equity Paradigm, a diversity, equity and inclusion firm that provides a suite of trainings, workshops, and ongoing consulting services to organizations committed to centering equity in their leadership, professional development, and decision-making practices. She has worked with hundreds of organizations across the country, including Pre-K education systems, colleges and universities, local and national nonprofits, foundations, financial institutions, religious institutions and for-profit companies. For her presentation, Broderick will discuss how groups can intentionally bring diversity, equity and inclusion to life in their mindsets and behaviors and as a lens through which all decisions are made. One contact hour of continuing education instruction will be offered. A certificate of attendance will be provided at the conclusion of the lecture. The Bobby Boyd Leadership Lecture honors the work of alumnus Bobby Boyd, MSW ’69, who served as director of Catawba County Department of Social Services for 30 years. The program is supported by generous gifts from the Catawba County commissioners and from DSS staff and board members.