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This session will examine equity gaps in current DEI work in our educational settings and will provide overall knowledge to attendees about what it means to be truly anti-racist in an academic setting such as Colgate.

Presenters:  Nadia Musyimi (She/Her/Hers) '25, Nia-Patrice Lewis (She/Hers/They) ‘25, Alondra(She/Her/Hers) '25, Abraham Mateos Enriquez (He/Him/His) '25, Justin Bugarin (He/Him/His) '25

Presenter Bios:  Nia-Patrice Lewis (She/Hers/They) ‘25
London, Double Major in Africana Studies and History
Nia-Patrice is a young woman of many talents, but also one of much inspiration. At present Nia-Patrice is double majoring in Africana Studies and History with an emphasis in Black History. She is passionate to the point where in her future she plans are to teach you her generations about the world around them. Although she is inspiring in the classroom, Nia-Patrice is a passionate dancer. As a leader Nia-Patrice is the Community Leader for the Harlem Renaissance Center and is a member of the Caribbean Student Association core ad Interim Private Secretary, and will be shifting positions to become Co-Minister of Vibez.

Nadia Musyimi (She/Her/Hers) (Class of 2025) Silver Spring, Maryland
Economics Major & Political Science Minor
Hopes in the future to be involved in Financial Technology/General Business Administration.
Is currently involved in the Black Student Union as a Secretary as well as the Colgate Investment Club specially the Real Estate Investment Trust. Her main goals in the future are to be financially stable and to have the ability to take care of myself & my family.

Alondra(She/Her/Hers) (Class of 2025) Chicago, Illinois
Educational Studies & History Major
OUS Scholar
Is currently pursuing a double majoring in History and Educational Studies. She plans to use her degrees to give back to the community in Chicago through her work in teaching.

Abraham Mateos Enriquez (He/Him/His) (Class of 2025) Mappsville, Virginia
Psychology and Educational Studies Major
OUS Scholar
His academic interest lie in the education system, social justice issues, making music, and exploring new places. And in the future, hopes to be an early childhood educator coach.

Justin Bugarin (He/Him/His)(Class of 2025) Plainfield New Jersey
Biochemistry major and Geography minor
Justin is a cheerful person who wants to leave a positive impact on the Colgate community and his hometown in Plainfield, New Jersey. He is majoring in Biochemistry with a minor in geography. Although he isn’t sure what he wants to do after his time at Colgate, he would like to do research related to medicine. Being a cheerful member of Colgate, Justin is involved in many organizations. He is an OUS Scholar, Junior Treasurer of Brothers, and DEI chair of Phi Kappa Tau. Justin wants to make the community closer to each other and also influence future Colgate students to become a better version of themselves.

Jaharra Anglin Stubbs (Class of 2025) New York (she/her)
Jaharra is a vibrant and socially aware member of her community. It is her passion to one day become a civil rights attorney to give back to her community. At present, she is double majoring in Political Science and Women’s Studies. In her spare time you will find Jaharra at sporting events, Model United Nations meetings, planning events as Minister of Vibez of the Caribbean Student Association, and so much more. She is also a gospel singer by training and may be seen oftentimes traveling to further this ministry. Jaharra wants to inspire in the world around her, and thus is willing to continue to contribute and create spaces for those who have been silenced.


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