Video Interviews Pose 3 Questions to Fielding Community Members
In recognition of Black History Month, Fielding’s Inclusion Council interviewed several members of the university community about their experiences, insights, and inspirations. These interviews were short — three questions asked and answered in just three minutes via Zoom — and netted some fascinating responses!
- Discover how Interim Provost and Senior VP Monique Snowden tries to apply the memories and values of her native Pittsburgh to her work here at Fielding.
- Find out how Clinical Psychology faculty member Anthony “AGee” Greene is developing culturally competent clinical psychologists to improve the lives of black people.
- Hear about black Canadian Olympic athlete Harry Jerome and how he has impacted alum Yabome Gilpin-Jackson.
- Hear VP of Strategic Initiatives & Research Orlando Taylor talk about being one of only two black students at Denison University in Ohio, in an all-white town.
- Learn about alum and Trustee Keith Earley‘s idea about a Fielding global symposium on diversity, equity, and inclusion.
You’ll find the full playlist of videos on YouTube.
Big thanks to alum Akasha and student Leesa Riviere for their great work on this project!