What if we approached making the world a better place like it IS our job?
 
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If you’re committed to making a difference, one powerful way to engage in social change is through your professional role. You don’t need “diversity, equity, and inclusion” in your job title to make a difference. You just need to understand how to “do the work” at work.

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Cori Wong, CSU's Assistant Vice President for Community, Culture, and Belonging

Join the College of Business's Business Diversity Leadership Alliance for an engaging discussion with Cori Wong, Ph.D., CSU's Assistant Vice President for Community, Culture, and Belonging as part of the Diversity 2 Go series. We encourage all members of the CSU community to virtually attend and explore how to leverage your job to negotiate, advocate and lead for more inclusive and equitable outcomes for everyone.

Wong serves within CSU's Office of the Vice President for Diversity. With a passion for education and teaching, Wong leverages practices of critical self-reflection and dialogue as tools for personal and institutional transformation. Before joining the Office of the Vice President for Diversity, Wong served as Special Assistant to the President and taught feminist courses in the Center for Women’s Studies and Gender Research at Colorado State University. Wong graduated summa cum laude from Colorado State University and earned a dual-title Ph.D. in philosophy and women’s studies from the Pennsylvania State University.

Taking place March 31, 3:30 – 5:00 pm

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About the Business Diversity Leadership Alliance

The BDLA is a service-oriented organization that strives to educate, enlighten and impact social change within the world of business. The BDLA is currently waiving its requirement that members complete BUS496: Social Justice and Leadership.

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Questions?

Email BDLA Student Coordinator Yailynn Melendez at: yailynna@rams.colostate.edu