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The Equity Lens: Exploring Systems and Processes With Underrepresented Students in Mind

June 3, 2021 | 1–1:45 pm ET

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As an administrator or business office staff member, how do you address the diverse needs of all students on campus? Equity in the business office (or back office) and supporting the outcomes of students of all backgrounds and abilities is essential to a successful college experience, promotes completion and supports a healthy campus environment.

Through a framework of social justice, Trinice McNally—founding director of the Center for Diversity, Inclusion and Multicultural Affairs at University of the District of Columbia—will walk attendees through systems and processes with an equity lens which helps us acknowledge the existence and causes of systemic inequity in higher education.

The discussion will provide opportunities for transparent, honest, and consistent use of an equity lens to enable staff to create a culture of accountability and empower all members of the campus business office.

This webcast is part of a series supported by the Ascendium Higher Education grant.

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Trinicy McNally

Meet the Presenter

Trinice McNally (she/her) is a Black Queer Feminist Migrant and Survivor who is nationally recognized transformative leader, student affairs professional, organizer and creative committed to the liberation of oppressed people. She is most passionate about developing strategies, initiatives and curating spaces for historically marginalized populations to transform and thrive through programmatic, advocacy and political education efforts. She hails from London, England–with her lineage traced to St. Mary’s, Jamaica, by way of Miami, FL. Trinice currently serves as the founding director of the Center for Diversity, Inclusion & Multicultural Affairs at the University of the District of Columbia (UDC), founding organizer of the Envisioning Safety On Our Campuses DMV Project and founding director/CEO of TJM Forward Culture, Education, and Organizing Group, a creative educational consultant agency committed to developing art, program and organizing initiatives that mobilize societal change and transformation.

Socials: @ayo_zuri @udc_cdima @envisioningsafetydc_md


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