Roger Fisher is a Co-Associate Director of The Program on Intergroup Relations (IGR). In his role, Roger teaches training and practicum classes, directs IGR’s partnership with the School of Social Work on the Summer Youth Dialogue Program, performs high-level administrative functions for IGR, trains K-12 professionals, consults with other Higher Education institutions on dialogue programs and works on special Student Life projects. He is an U-M alumus and has a B.S. in Psychology and also did graduate work in Psychology. Roger has been a National Co-Lead Facilitator for LeaderShape Inc. for over 20 years. Roger feels motivated to do the work he does by the idea that citizenship is all about equal participation and shared power. He has a strong commitment to civic engagement and community activism. When he’s not working for IGR, Roger spends a lot of his time volunteering as Vice President of the Board of Directors for Power Inc. He is also a music fan and aficionado of Motown era music.