Diversity, Inclusion, & Belonging at Harvard

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Harvard College Women's Center

Heidi Wickersham - - (617) 946-2029
Primary Interest for Networking:  We would like to bring visibility of the work of the Women's Center, especially regarding our Women in STEM Mentorship Program and our Gender 101 educational video.
Group Description: The mission of the Harvard College Women’s Center is to promote gender equity by raising awareness of women’s and gender issues, developing women’s leadership, and celebrating women who challenge, motivate, and inspire. In alignment with these goals, we centralize resources and offer student-focused programming to strengthen individuals and student organizations. The Women’s Center is committed to creating a welcoming and inclusive environment for all students that encourages dialogue and diversity.



Janice Molloy (978) 302-9216
General Collaboration

Kat  Nakaji (617) 496-7834
Working on improving diversity in the arts and overall at Harvard.
Working through mostly grassroots channels.
Always up for supporting or helping others with projects.
Patrice Torcivia Prusko (617) 496-6935
Meet other people across campus doing work to promote equity and inclusion-my specific areas of interest are women in leadership, and women in STEM, global access to education for women
Pamela Gaddi (617) 496-6220
Would like to be a part of the community working towards Diversity, Inclusion and Belonging on campus. Interested in initiatives to address undergraduate needs for belonging and to learn from others how we can support undergraduates, specifically, but also members of our community. I am interested in intensive training and suggestions for training on supporting identities, holding space for students, and facilitating conversations about identity, diversity and belonging with students. I am the program coordinator for the Mellon Mays Undergraduate Fellowship program which seeks to diversify the professoriate in the humanities and social sciences through supporting and encouraging the pursuit of academic research by undergraduates from marginalized groups and the pursuit of the PhD.
Geri Nederhoff (617) 496-1238
Co-Director of Admissions and Co-Chair, Dean's Diversity Initiative; I hope to learn about the diversity efforts going on across the University
Tamara Bolk (262) 490-3277
I recently launched a Boston Area Diverse Higher Education Professionals Network, as a way to provide a safe space for diverse members of the higher education community to share experiences and resources with folks across various institutions. If you're interested in hearing about upcoming meetings, you can add your information here.