Saint Francis Xavier Catholic School System
City Colleges of Chicago
"Art is a highly engaging and professional speaker who has a unique approach of intentionally at relating social justice and diversity issues directly with your institution’s cultural climate. Thus, not only encouraging you to learn but to also take a step back and reflect once again on the student learning outcomes that we work hard at to achieve. I was not expecting this from the workshop and was pleasantly pleased. I highly recommend Art Munin Consulting and plan to bring him back to our campus on a regular basis."
- Jody Stone, Eastern Illinois University
"Dr. Munin presented his Bystander Intervention workshop at the first annual Diversity Summit at The University of Scranton. Our students absolutely LOVED him! Very engaging and effective speaker with a powerful message. He lit the room up with his energy, and truly personifies the definition of social justice. Any opportunity to invite him to your campus is beyond advantageous!"
- Paul Porter, Ph.D., University of Scranton
“We were very fortunate to have Art Munin serve as the first keynote speaker for our first annual Day of Dialogue: Campus-Wide Diversity Symposium. His presentation was engaging, challenging and thought-provoking. In our program assessment, we received several complimentary comments about Art’s presentation and workshop. One deserves to be noted here: 'Dr. Munin is one of the most engaging presenters I've ever had the privilege to listen to…' For any institution, organization or group seeking to learn more about diversity, privilege and individual activism, Art Munin will deliver in a professional, honest and engaging manner. Our office certainly looks forward to working with him again in the future!”
- Denise Harris & Shawnboda Mead, The University of Tennessee, Knoxville
"Art Munin has major presentation skills. His workshops are challenging, informative and action-oriented. In the end, his sessions leave participant with information/knowledge that is comprehensive, thought provoking and practical. If you have the opportunity, I strongly suggest you bring him in."
- Eddie Moore, Jr., Ph.D., Founder/Program Director, The White Privilege Conference
“Thank you so much for presenting the White Privilege program at the Ocean County Library. Our staff learned a great deal and…impressing our group with new information about social justice and inclusion is a difficult task -- but oh boy did you do just that! Your energy and clear dedication to the topic was infectious in the room. Thank you again; I believe you have moved us light years in one afternoon. You must come back.”
- Valerie Bell, Ocean County Library, NJ
"I feel so fortunate to have been introduced to Dr. Art Munin at a NASPA IV-E regional conference in Madison in the fall of 2012. He facilitated a breakout session on social justice that felt like it was designed just for me. I knew within a few minutes of his presentation that I needed to work to bring him to my institution so that others could be challenged to think (or re-think) about social justice through the lenses of data, poverty, policy, and personal commitment. He did NOT disappoint! Dr. Munin exceeded our expectations with his professionalism, expert knowledge, engaging presentation style, and the unapologetic manner in which he addresses difficult and emotional topics with directness, care, and respect. We will definitely ask Dr. Munin to work with us again in the near future."
- Amy Diaz, Rock Valley College
“Art is very well informed about Chicago and diversity issues, and created a presentation specifically to meet our need. Our volunteers walked away with new ideas they were immediately able to apply to the work they do in the community. We are looking forward to Art leading more continuing education opportunities for our staff and volunteers.”
- Annie Ginzkey, Chicago Cares
“Art is an incredibly dynamic presenter. He is very self-aware, regularly reminding his audience of his own privilege and his motivations for doing the work he does, adding integrity to his workshop.”
- Kareem Khubchandani, Williams College