Presentation: When Your Identities are Your Work

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If you are in Ann Arbor area, I invite you to attend a panel discussion about navigating identities and work when your work is focused around one or more of your social identities (e.g. being an LGB/T person working in a job that deals primarily with sexual orientation or gender; being a person of color working in a multicultural center, etc). I’m giving a SHORT presentation and facilitating small group discussions.


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Confirmed panelists:

  • D. Alvarez – Interim Program Manager at the Program on Intergroup Relations
  • Maria Johnson – Postdoctoral Research Fellow at the Center for the Education of Women
  • Larry La Fountain-Stokes – Director of the Latina/o Studies Program and Associate Professor of American Culture, Romance Languages and Literatures, and Women’s Studies
  • Shari Robinson-Lynk – Assistant Director for Engaged Learning Partnerships at the Ginsberg Center; LEO Adjunct Lecturer with both the School of Social Work and the College of Literature, Science and the Arts
  • Jonah Thompson – Program Advisor and Studio Manager at Ann Arbor Neutral Zone
  • Carrie Ross – Senior Counselor and Program Specialist at Center for Education of Women; Teaches at UM and EMU Schools of Social Work

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