Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, Belonging, and Justice Office Hours

Tuesday, November 28, 2023
12:00 pm to 1:00 pm

Wondering what activities, groups, and supportive communities exist at Berkeley? Wanting to understand more about how Berkeley supports students of color? Looking for information about gender inclusivity at Berkeley? Have other questions about belonging at Cal? This is a great opportunity to ask all your questions and learn from current students and from staff.

Student Panelist

Dean Rene is a second-year MIMS student who previously worked in the public and social sector directing student and family-focused programs, evaluation, and strategy at City Year, College Track, and the Silicon Valley Community Foundation. In Spring 2024, he will graduate with a MIMS degree from the I School and a Master of Public Affairs from the Goldman School of Public Policy.

Chase Stokes is a current Ph.D. student focusing on information visualization, narratives, and science communication. Over the summer, he interned as a Research Intern at Tableau under Vidya Setlur. Chase graduated from Northwestern University with a B.A. in Psychology and Gender and Sexuality Studies and was previously a Data Collector for The Family Institute at Northwestern University.

Juliana Gomez Consuegra is a current MIDS student focusing on utilizing data science to explore climate crisis mitigation and biodiversity conservation. She is currently the Co-founder/CEO of Éccole!, a $3.2 million college scholarship fund for underprivileged students in Colombia financed by the Colombian Ministries of Education, Commerce and Labor. Juliana graduated from the Universidad de Los Andes with a M.Sc. degree in Biology.


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Last updated:

November 27, 2023