Lisa Coleman
Join us Wednesday, April 16,
for a conversation with Lisa Coleman
!

Lisa M. Coleman, Ph.D., is currently the Chief Diversity Officer and Special Assistant to the President at Harvard University. Prior to her appointment at Harvard, she served as the Executive Director and Associate Provost for the Office of Institutional Diversity (OID) at Tufts University. She also served as a faculty member in the American Studies and Women’s Studies programs.

She holds a Ph.D. from New York University’s Department of Social and Cultural Analysis in American Studies. Dr. Coleman also holds two Masters of Arts (M.A.) degrees, one in African and African American Studies and another in Gender and Women’s Studies. Her B.A. is in Sociology and Philosophy.

Dr. Coleman has worked on diversity related issues and in the field of ethnic studies as an administrator and faculty member with a variety of institutions including the City University of New York, Vassar College, the Association of American Medical Colleges and Merrill Lynch.

Our meeting with Dr. Coleman will be from 12:00 - 1:30pm, in CGIS South, S354.

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About Our Group >>>

The aim of the Social Science Staff Network is to offer opportunity for peers to share resources, exchange ideas, connect across campus, and gain a broader understanding of the Social Sciences Division, and of the Faculty of Arts and Sciences.

Our monthly meetings provide an opportunity for staff in the division to meet one another, learn about the university beyond their own departments, learn about resources and opportunities available to them, and share best practices. The group meets 12-1:30pm the third Wednesday of each month during the academic year (September through May). Please check the calendar for individual meeting locations and agendas.

If you are a staff member in the Division of Social Science in grade 51 to 54, and would like to be added to the email list or would like to be involved in the Planning and Advisory Committee, please contact Jessica Gauchel, jgauchel@fas.harvard.edu.