Navigating Identities At Work
Wednesday, January 29, 2020 | 6-8 pm
Sherman Function Hall | Hassenfeld
Brandeis alumni and employer partners will lead a casual conversation and panel discussion about navigating identity in the workplace. This event will help you learn how to build and expand your alumni network and professional connections, identify how your intersecting identities and unique background are highly valued by employers and get you thinking about your transition to the world of work as it relates to your identity in the workplace.
This is not a recruiting event, but a chance to speak honestly and openly with supportive and inclusive alumni and employer partners. A light dinner will be served. Hosted in partnership with Student Support Services Program (SSSP), Myra Kraft Transitional Year Program (MKTYP), Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Fellowship (MLK Fellows), Posse, Gender and Sexuality Center (GSC), Intercultural Center (ICC) and Student Accessibility Support (SAS).
Alumni and Employer Panelists
diversity & recruitment manager, Commonwealth of Massachusetts
Marlon Forrester ’03
visual art instructor, Boston Public Schools
Natalie Johnson ’07
administrative director, MGH Equity & Inclusion, Massachusetts General Hospital
Cameron Mendes-Moreau ’17, MBA/MPP’15
program coordinator, Beginnings School and Child Development Center
Moderator: Patrice Charlot, TRiO Student Support Services Program at Brandeis University
- Ernie Aranda ’18, financial analyst, J.P. Morgan Chase & Co.
- Leroy Ashwood ’71, founder, CEO and President, BRAVE for Veterans, Inc.
- Ramona Cataldi, deputy director, National Organization on Disability
- Viennie Chanthachack, campus recruiter, HubSpot
- Tori Goyette, senior community manager, Hack.Diversity
- Margaret Ling, employer services, National Organization on Disability
- Solomon McBride ’18, clubhouse-to-careers (C2C) pathways to success coordinator, The Clubhouse Network
- Jessica Sanon, MBA‘17, founder and CEO, sySTEMic flow and youth employment coordinator, Waltham Partnership for Youth
- Keturah Walker ’18, actress
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