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Anti-Racism and Allyship in the 21st Century - Essential Tools for Creating a Community for Change

Host Panelists Session Description

Clarence E. Ball II, Lecturer of Communications & Media Management, Director of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion at the Gabelli School of Business

Mandell Crawley: Managing Director & Head of Private Wealth Management at Morgan Stanley, GSB '09

Bliss Griffin: National Diversity & Inclusion Strategist at Actors' Equity Union, GSB '19

Lesley Massiah-Arthur: Associate Vice President for Government Relations and Urban Affairs at Fordham University

Kareem Peat: Director of Title IX at Fordham University

Ashlee Davis, PhD: Supervising Psychologist-Coordinator for Diversity, Inclusion and Social Justice Initiatives at Fordham University

Anti-Racism and Allyship in the 21st Century - Essential Tools for Creating a Community for Change

Gabelli Forward is proud to partner with The Gabelli School's Office of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion on this incredibly important session. It is our goal at the Gabelli School, that by actively engaging in anti-racist work, and sharing our learnings across our community, we can truly collaborate to create a more equitable and inclusive environment. Through critical anti-racist work with Fortune 500 companies, top-raking diverse administrators and alumni, we've garnered some expert tips and best practices that we'd like to share. Our panelists collectively have a wealth of experience that spans the following disciplines: Psychology, Human Resources, Title IX, DEI Strategy and Finance. We invite all participants to join us as we work together to build the bridges that will end the racial divide in our community, and society at large.