Why did you join the DEI committee?
I joined the committee to learn and grow and to engage in work that helps create a more
inclusive work environment at IGHS.
Christopher (Chris) Campbell
I chose to serve on the DEI committee to contribute towards fostering diversity, equity, and inclusion within the Institute of Global Health Science, aligning with my commitment to allyship and addressing health disparities.
To engage in continuous learning, growth, and to participate actively in meaningful work geared toward creating a more equitable and inclusive environment within IGHS.
I want to drive momentum in the movement toward equity, increasing awareness and visibility to injustices and addressing them for a better tomorrow
I joined the committee to learn, celebrate diversity and help make IGHS a more inclusive work environment.
I am committed to contributing to a more just, equitable, diverse and inclusive environment for our colleagues, learners and partners around the world.
I am dedicated to a more just world where diverse perspectives and ideas are not only welcomed but included.
I want to contribute in the continued effort to 1) foster an environment where all employees feel comfortable sharing their ideas and opinions, leading to better collaboration and productivity, 2) increase diversity to bring new perspectives and 3) to work toward equitable research with domestic and international partners.
I joined the committee to intentionally engage, educate, and learn from the IGHS DEI community and to do what I can to make sure that we all can thrive with our fullest selves.
I joined the DEI committee because, coming from a minority background, I want to ensure everyone, especially those from marginalized and underrepresented groups, feels heard and valued.
I joined the DEI committee to actively contribute to creating a more inclusive and diverse environment.
Cara Smith Gueye
I joined the committee to challenge my knowledge and attitudes and to do what I can to advance equity in global public health.
I joined the committee to develop and implement strategies that allow IGHS to build more equitable global health partnerships.