Tune in to our conversation with Rohene Bouajram , October 25th at noon PST, to hear her views on offering racialized students support from an equity, not equality, perspective. Her article on this topic was recently published in University Affairs. You can read more here: https://www.universityaffairs.ca/opinion/in-my-opinion/other-duties-as-assigned/
Currently Rohene Bouajram is the Associate Director, Strategic IBPOC Initiatives at the University of British Columbia, Vancouver where she provides strategic leadership and direction on embedding equity and inclusion and advancing anti-racism in policies, initiatives and programming for Indigenous, Black and Persons of Colour (IBPOC) students. She has an MA in Intercultural Communication, BA in Psychology and is certified as a Regulated Canadian Immigration Consultant (RCIC). Rohene has worked in areas related to equity and inclusion, intercultural dialogue, international recruitment, project management, ethical engagement, crisis intervention, policy evaluation and teaches courses related to Canadian immigration legislation. With over sixteen years of experience in post-secondary and international education, Rohene has coached and advised international students as an International Student Advisor and RCIC as well as led many teams at multiple Canadian educational institutions. Her excitement for holding space for courageous conversations often leads her to dive headfirst into opportunities to engage ethically and authentically in intercultural settings.
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Bouajram, Rohene. Other duties as assigned? August 24, 2021. University Affairs.
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