Virtual Presentation with Streaming Capabilities in Conference Room A, Hogan Hall
Zoom Link: Launch Meeting – Zoom
Towards Resilience, Reconciliation, and Healing: Strengthening Our Asian American, Desi & Pacific Islander Communities
Please welcome Dr. Pamela Roy to the Columbia Climate School for a virtual presentation. View Flyer
Dr. Pamela Roy is a heart-centered leader who lives her life in service, in connection, and in advocacy cultivating sustainable change and building the next generation of DEI leaders. Spanning two decades in higher education and non-profit management, her leadership has impacted the fields of international education, faculty development, intercultural teaching and learning, and student services. Pamela’s research and publications focus on women’s career journeys in the global professoriate, the ethics of student mobility programs, and access and inclusion in education abroad. She has designed curriculum and led short-term exchange programs for students, faculty, and staff to South Africa, Rwanda, New Zealand, and Canada. She has supported numerous social enterprises Rise and Thrive—changing lives by creating more equitable, healthier, and more resilient communities.
Transformational culture is achieved through the decolonization of our systems, practices, and minds, and the growth of inclusive environments that seed innovation and co-creation in our communities. This presentation will focus on problematizing and disrupting the model minority myth, and share trauma-informed, innovative global initiatives and strategies to build community, solidarity, trust, and partnerships that strengthen AADPI communities.
Please join us in welcoming Dr. Roy to the Columbia’s Climate School!
Columbia Climate School Office of Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, Anti-Bias, Anti-Racism, Accessibility, and Justice (DEIA3J)