Name: Chong Sun Kim, M.Ed, MBA
Position: Global Initiatives and Diversity Education Specialist
Chong received her Master’s of Education from The University of Vermont. She has been working in Higher Education for the past three years but started the work of educating herself and others in diversity and social justice topics during her undergraduate years. Having immigrated to the United States at a young age and as a first generation college student, Chong feels it is important to support students in navigating through higher education. Today, Chong concentrates on topics surrounding first generation college students and stereotypes of Asian Americans, particularly those who come from a working class background.
Name: Kristen Edwards
Position: Graduate Assistant for Assessment and Diversity Education
Program: M.S., College Student Development and Counseling
Kristen is a first year graduate student in the College Student Development and Counseling program at Northeastern. She received her Bachelor’s degree in Organizational Communication from Fairfield University in her native state of Connecticut. Over the past 11 years, Kristen has done various service projects in her hometown and as far as East Africa. Her assistantship with Residence Life has granted her the opportunity to work closely with the Social Justice Resource Center and expand her knowledge of social justice.