BSU TV interviews Be Your Own Boss Panelists



Engage! offers live and virtual opportunities for students to connect with big questions and current ideas. Most topics fall under the themes of civic engagement, social justice, and entrepreneurship/innovation. The spring 2022 lineup will be published on this page in February. In the meantime, we invite you to relive past events using the links below.

  • Image of Lisa Price CEO of Carols Daughter
    Fall 2020

    Black Wall Street with Lisa Price

    ELSS and BSU students engage in a conversation with Lisa Price, founder of Carol's Daughter, about entrepreneurship, Black wealth, and more. 

  • Political panelists discuss the 2020 election with students
    Fall 2020

    Post-Election Reflection

    BSU students speak with political professionals and experts about the 2020 election. Panelists include Jada Ward (Constituent Liaison for Congressman Steny Hoyer), Terrance Taylor (District Director, Office of Congressman Steny Hoyer), Tim Butler (Office of Representative Mike Kelly), Derrick Lewis (National Field Organizer for the NAACP Youth and College), and Nichelle Schoultz (District Director for Congressman Anthony Brown).

  • Image of Recording Artist, Noname
    Fall 2020

    Fireside Chat with Recording Artist, Noname

    Noname (Fatimah Warner) speaks with students about life, literature, and the music industry.

  • Image featuring Juwan Blocker and Vincent Harrington
    Fall 2020

    Breaking Down the Ballot

    Politician and BSU student, Juwan Blocker hosts a conversation about voting with BSU graduate students, Vincent Harrington and Jenee Lee, and CEO and founder of Community Solutions Consulting Services, LLC, Monica Roebuck.

  • Image featuring panelist Monica Roebuck
    Fall 2020

    What's Your Issue?

    BSU students speak with a panel of politicians and political experts about 2020 election issues. Panelists include, Shawn Maldon (Mayor of Capitol Heights), Monica Roebuck (Founder and CEO of Community Solutions Consulting Services, LLC), Charnell Ferguson (Founder of Diamond Foundation, Inc.), Martin Mitchell (President of Prince Georges County Young Democrats), and Ryan Washington (Office of Congressman David Trone).