Trailblazers and Game Changers: A Celebration of Black History Month 

The University of Kentucky is honoring Black History Month by recognizing the contributions and legacy of Black Americans across U.S. history and society. Here at the Gatton College of Business and Economics, we celebrate Gatton's trailblazers and game changers. During the month of February, we will highlight the success of Gatton's alumni, students, faculty & staff and their impact on the world of business and education.

Features will include Gatton alums, Ron Robinson and Marilyn Clark, and Gatton faculty members, Ben Rosa and Olivia Davis.

"Black History Month is a time to publicly honor the invaluable contributions of Black Americans. It is also a special time for each of us to focus on and challenge ourselves to growing our own Cultural Intelligence (CQ) — awareness, knowledge and action — toward bona fide inclusion," said UK Vice President for Institutional Diversity Katrice Albert. "For our campus, Black History Month is yet another opportunity to highlight and celebrate the remarkable people who help us fulfill our promise as Kentucky’s university." (UKNOW