Vernon Wall

Vernon Wall has accumulated 20 years of professional Student Affairs experience at Iowa State University, the University of Georgia, UNC-Charlotte and UNC-Chapel Hill. He has experience in Greek life, new student orientation, student activities, leadership development, global education and university housing.

One of the founders and facilitators of the Social Justice Training Institute, Wall is a nationally known speaker in the areas of social justice and leadership styles. He has been a trainer for the Martin Luther King Center for Non-Violent Social Change in Atlanta and has served on the Executive Council of the American College Personnel Association. In the spring of 1998, he served as a member of the Student Life Staff with the Semester at Sea program, accompanying 600 students on a voyage around the world. In addition to several other honors, Wall is the 2000 Diamond Honoree Recipient for outstanding contributions to the field of student affairs.

The author of several articles, Wall has co-edited two books on issues of inclusion on today’s college campus. His award-winning programs and presentations have been seen by thousands of students, faculty, and staff on campuses across the country.

Vernon Wall received his B.A. in Political Science from North Carolina State University and his M.S. degree in College Student Personnel Administration from Indiana University.