Social Equity Series Part III: Intersectionality
Wednesday, April 7, 2021
12:00 PM-1:00 PM, MST
Join the Accelerated Master of Public Administration cohort for their final event of the year. This webinar will revolve around intersectionality of identity within the context of structural inequality and how intersectionality may affect various aspects of public administration, from the workplace setting to program design and implementation. Our panelists will be Belinda Hearn, People Engaged in Raising Leaders (PERL) Program Coordinator at Boulder County Community Action Partners Division, Dr. Francisca Angulo-Olaiz, Vice President of Strategy, Development, and Community Engagement at Mile High United Way, and Dr. Anthony Starke, assistant professor in the CU Denver School of Public Affairs. The discussion will be moderated by Dr. John Ronquillo, assistant professor of nonprofit and public management at CU Denver School of Public Affairs and co-chair of CU Denver's Equity Task Force.
This webinar will be recorded for those unable to attend.
The Social Equity Series is a multi-event series focused on social equity and social justice, specifically drawing from the book Achieving Social Equity, edited by Dr. Mary Guy and Dr. Sean McCandless. Themes throughout the series include gender, racial, and LGBTQ+ equity and the intersection of identities, and achieving social equity in policy domains and administrative structures, including homelessness, child welfare, policing, and immigration.
Please join the Accelerated Master of Public Administration cohort to discuss these issues and more.