Diversity Coordinators

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Diversity Coordinators comprise of dynamic, engaged, and committed student leaders who work in the Gay Johnson McDougall Center for Global Diversity. This team of students work alongside community members to assist in the design, planning, and facilitation of an array of inclusive programs throughout the year.

Summer Bosely

Pronouns: She/Her/Hers

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Summer Bosley is a sophomore at Agnes Scott College this year with a double major of Religious Social Justice and Political Science. She hails from South Georgia. She is interested in all issues and topics of diversity and inclusion, but specifically those that use the theory of intersectionality. Her favorite topics to discuss over root beer floats lean towards systems of gender and racial inequality. If she were a dog, her friends say she would be a West Highland Terrier. Her goal in life is to one day be as cool as North West.

Jennifer Figueroa

Pronouns: She/Her/Hers

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Jen is a sophomore Business Management and Women's Studies double major. She is a native Chicagoan raised by parents who immigrated from Mexico. Jen is passionate about Shake Shack, racial justice, immigration reform, lattes, and Instagram filters. Catch Jen hanging out with her best friends when she is not stressing about her business homework or spending time with her boyfriend. She aspires to be a first generation college graduate. 

Jordan Keesler

Pronouns: They/Them/Their

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Jordan is a junior Women's Studies major at Agnes Scott. Originally from Trenton, Georgia. Jordan enjoys plants and gardening, and brings this passion to their role as an RA and President of Followers Earth, Nature, and Noble Actions. Jordan is interested in social justice work that intersects with class, gender, sustainability, and baby animals.

Syedha Noreenia

Pronouns: She/Her/Hers

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Syedha Noreenia is a junior pursuing a Political Science major and a Business Management minor. Originally born in Brooklyn, New York, Syedha has been raised in Atlanta and proudly calls both cities home along with her parents' motherland of Pakistan. Through her degree, she plans to achieve one of her career goals which is having her own law firm as she truly believes in empowerment and fighting for social justice. She currently serves as the President of UNICEF at Agnes Scott and the Events and Publicity Director for HerCampus. You can always catch her with the scoop on which protest to attend this weekend in case you want something to do!

Iman Ramadan 

Pronouns: She/Her/Hers

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Iman Ramadan is a junior Sociology and Africana Studies major. Over coffee she loves discussing issues that focus on discrimination, inequality, and poverty. She serves as a secretary in the Student Government Association, an active member in WITKAZE student association, and is excited to serve as a member of the Diversity and Inclusion team on campus. She is originally from Nashville, TN and loves cracking jokes and enjoying life.

Acacia Salisbury

Pronouns: She/Her/Hers

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Acacia is a sophomore majoring in Sociology/Anthropology and is also on the Pre-Med track at Agnes Scott College. She is also minoring in Asian Studies and Environmental Studies. She is a poet who addresses complex social issues, including women’s rights and oppression, sexual assault, the struggle of black youth to succeed, and stereotyped ideals of beauty. She represented Seattle in the International Youth Poetry Slam Festival. 2013- 2015 she served as the co-president of the Seattle Young People’s Project (SYPP), a youth-led social justice organization that empowers youth to express themselves and take action on the issues that affect their lives. She enjoys reading novels, ranting on twitter, being in like, and bubble tea. Acacia aspires to meet Cardi B, Chance the Rapper, and Warsan Shire.