EDI Working Group Intro + Executive Member Position Open

| January 12, 2021
Submitted by Asmita Maiti

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Equity, Diversity & Inclusion (EDI) is an independent student-led working group that focuses on taking an intentional approach in identifying and achieving institution-wide equity, diversity, and inclusion priorities and goals. As an integral part of the Community, EDI aims to embody McMaster and DeGroote’s core values of equality, diversity, and inclusivity by working closely with the MBAA, students, faculty, and administration to review, evaluate, and acknowledge opportunities for enhancement and ensure inclusive excellence across the Community.

We are excited to introduce you to our Team:

  • Asmita Maiti: Chair
  • Mariamawit Haile: Co-Chair
  • Manasi Nandakumar: Executive Member
  • Soumya Gupta: Executive Member

Our team is looking for another Executive Member to join the Working Group.

If you are passionate about EDI and want to make a difference in the Community apply to the Executive Member position by Sunday, January 17 (Oscar Plus Job ID: 135800).

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