- Date: Tuesday, April 13, 2021 at 11:30 a.m.
- This event will be held on Zoom.
- Email Dr. Alexander Deeb to register for this event.
About Leslie Deeb
Leslie Calubana Ducay Deeb (she/her/hers) identifies as a first-generation college student, Filipina-American, Tri Sigma woman, survivor of sexual violence and domestic violence, and life-long student of transformational leadership, meditation and mindfulness, pleasure activism, radical inquiry, storytelling power, intersectionality, and social justice. Leslie currently works full-time as a success coach at Richland Community College. Outside of coaching, Leslie serves as the Inclusive Excellence Committee Coordinator for Tri Sigma national sorority. Previously, Leslie has served as the program coordinator for the Office of Service Leadership at Concordia University-Portland and academic advisor at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville. Leslie earned her Bachelor of Arts in Communication with emphasis in Public Relations and Advertising at Pacific Lutheran University and Master of Science in College Student Personnel at Western Illinois University.
About the Intersectionality Project
The “Intersectionality Project” is a series of conversations that consist of real-life stories from people who can speak to the intersections of underrepresented and marginalized identities. Previous speakers have consisted of students, faculty, staff, and outside speakers who shared their experiences and perspectives living in a world that is continually growing more diverse. Stories have previously covered topics such as race/ethnicity, gender and sexuality, nationality, social class and socio-economic status, (dis)ability, and more.