The Office of Undergraduate Academic and Career Advising in the College of Arts and Sciences and Maxwell will host an alumni panel, featuring panelists whose identity has played a significant role in their career journey and whose work has a focus on identity, diversity, and inclusion. Panelists will share how they bring their full selves to their work life and use their identity to support and advocate for others. The panel will also address the challenges and opportunities our differences present in the working world.
- Dr. Gezzer Ortega ’03 (Biochemistry), Center for Surgery and Public Health’s Lead Faculty for Research and Innovation for Equitable Surgical Care at Brigham and Women’s Hospital, Harvard Medical School and Co-Founder of the Latino Surgical Society
- Judge Teneka Frost ’98 (Political Science and African American Studies), Schenectady, NY’s First Black City Court Judge
- Clelia Scaccia ’04 (Sociology), Gender Responsive Services, and Family Engagement Coordinator at St. Louis County Juvenile Office
- Madeleine DiGristina, Sr. Manager, Diversity & Inclusion at SRC, Inc.
This event was published on October 29, 2020.