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Intercultural Series | Webinar 9: Aligning policy with practice: International, Intercultural and DEI
Over the last year, there has been a growing recognition of the need to be more collaborative in the work that we do on and off campus and in the virtual world especially as it relates to diversity, equity and inclusion work. In this session, our speakers will share insights on integrating policy with practice, ways that they are working to bridge gaps between DEI and international and provide frameworks and suggestions for moving forward to create a more inclusive environment for all.

May 25, 2021 10:00 AM in Vancouver

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Speakers

Rohene Bouajram
Program Director, Global Campus Initiatives @University of British Columbia
Rohene Bouajram provides strategic leadership and direction for the Mastercard Foundation Scholars Program as well as the Simon K.Y. Lee Global Lounge and Resource Centre, a hub for globally-focused student organizations on campus. She has an MA in Intercultural Communication, BA in Psychology and is certified as a Regulated Canadian Immigration Consultant (RCIC). Rohene has worked in areas related to equity and inclusion, intercultural dialogue, international recruitment, project management, ethical engagement, crisis intervention, policy evaluation and teaches courses related to Canadian immigration legislation. With over sixteen years of experience in post-secondary and international education, Rohene has coached and advised international students as an International Student Advisor and RCIC as well as led many teams at multiple Canadian educational institutions.
Derek Tannis
Director of Student Engagement and Learning Services @Saskatchewan Polytechnic
Derek Tannis (He/Him) is also the Acting Director of Strategic Enrolment Management at Saskatchewan Polytechnic. Derek has over 25 years experience in the post-secondary sector, having previously worked as a sessional instructor, an instructional designer, a manager of international education student services, an English for Academic Purposes instructor and as an education and evaluation coordinator of a global citizenship education NGO. His recent research and writing has focused on critical policy studies and reconciliation, decolonization and transformative intercultural practice in post-secondary education. He has lived and worked in Southeast Asia and Europe, and has a PhD in Educational Policy Studies from the University of Alberta.