2019 DAC Spotlight

DAC Spotlights of 2019 from around the UMB community who are promoting diversity, equity, and inclusion.

Victoria D. Stubbs
Victoria D. Stubbs, MSW

Clinical instructor coordinates School of Social Work’s Teaching Support Program, which bolsters faculty knowledge, capacity, and skills, and works to create “brave spaces” where sensitive topics can be discussed.

JuliAna Brammer and Cherokee Layson-Wolf
Cherokee Layson-Wolf and JuliAna Brammer

School of Pharmacy’s associate dean of student affairs and director of admissions traveled to Puerto Rico to recruit students and speak about career opportunities in pharmacy and at UMB.

Alishia Parkhill
Alishia Parkhill

UMB Graduate School student in MS in Health and Social Innovation program uses her personal experience with end-of-life care to help those facing death.

Hannah Murphy
Hannah Murphy Buc, MSN, RN, CNE

Clinical instructor at the School of Nursing uses her background in restorative justice to facilitate group discussions around such topics as faculty/staff collaboration and diversifying the faculty.

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Da'Kuawn Johnson

School of Medicine student gives back to his hometown of Baltimore as elementary school mentor through Talent Mentoring Program.