Please join the College of Social Sciences and Humanities Co-op Diversity Equity Inclusion and Belonging Committee in a panel conversation on DEIB practices in the workplace on Tuesday, March 28th from 2:00-3:30PMDuring this discussion, we will have the opportunity to hear from industry leaders, practitioners, faculty, and students who will share their experiences and best practices on creating an inclusive workplace. Attendees will gain valuable insight with an opportunity to network with like-minded individuals in meaningful discussions. This event is open to all members of the Northeastern community and co-op employers.
Tuesday, March 28th from 2:00-3:30M.
In Person: 909 Renaissance Park
Andrea Beltrán Vega works as a Talent Program Specialist as part of the Global Operations Team with Goodwin. She is passionate about increasing opportunity and access for underrepresented communities in the corporate space through recruiting practices that pursue diversity, equity, and inclusion.
Mohamed Abanoor is currently pursuing an undergraduate and graduate degree in Criminology and Criminal Justice at Northeastern. He recently completed training in the Boston Police Cadet Academy and aspires to become Boston’s first deaf police officer. Read more about Mohamed here.
Rachel Berman-Kobylarz is an associate academic specialist in the American Sign Language and Interpreting Education department and teaches a wide range of courses from differing ASL courses to Interpreting courses. She has over 14 years of teaching experience and has worked with the community in various capacities such as Deaf sensitivity trainer/ASL instructor for private corporations and in theatre spaces as a Director of Artistic Sign Language.
Miranda Rodea obtained her Bachelor of Science in Business Administration at Northeastern University. Currently, she is a Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Administrator at Goodwin Procter LLP. Miranda completed two full-time cycles as a Goodwin DEI Co-op, and strayed on part-time until her graduation.
Santiago Nariño is a Diversity, Equity and Inclusion and change management leader from Bogota, Colombia. Born in Bogotá and raised half in Boston and Bogotá, Santi´s focus is on changing complex systems and implementing system changes for equity. He is currently at Hospital Albert Einstein in São Paulo, Brazil as a Specialist in DEI.