Introducing our DEI Task Force

May 11, 2021 – As Delta Sigma Pi continues to reflect on its commitment to diversity, a task force has been created to continue conversations and to provide recommendations to the Board.

The Task Force is being led by Jinny Choi, Bentley (MA), who is a Project Manager at a diversity consulting firm where they help assess the maturity of diversity practices and policies at various organizations and institutions. She is also the Director of Outreach and Partnerships at Radical in Progress, a social enterprise that educates on and promotes social justice.

Dr. Jason Sumi, Cal State-Sacramento, is the faculty coordinator and department chair for an educational equity program at a community college in Northern California. His goals are to focus on supporting disparately and disproportionally impacted populations.

Dr. Sean Edmund Rogers, Rhode Island, is the Executive Director of Inclusive Excellence (Chief Diversity Officer) at University of Rhode Island College of Business and has served on multiple Justice, Equity, Diversity and Inclusion (JEDI) committees, task forces, working groups, and other service assignments during the past ten years. He likes to watch organizations become more inclusive and achieve greater performance as a result of effectively implementing JEDI interventions.

Andrew Bare, Indiana-Purdue at Indianapolis, is currently a national Board of Governor for the Human Rights Campaign and serves as the PACE (Political Action and Community Engagement) Board Liaison to the HRC Greater Cincinnati Steering Committee. He also serves as the Secretary of the Board for Cincinnati Pride. Previously he helped establish a local non-profit, GLAST (Gays and Lesbians Achieving Sobriety Together), providing services to the LGBTQ+ community in recovery from substance abuse and alcoholism (also former Vice President Operations).

New England RVP Jen Huynh is studying MS in Organizational Psychology and MBA with DE&I focus. At work, she is the co-lead and helped start the DE&I Advancement Committee for her department. Jen also serves as a volunteer leader for her work employee resource groups. She is the founder of NextGen ERG which drives development and retention of interns and co-ops through creating a sense of belonging during their time at Pratt & Whitney. Jen is an active member of the Asian American Leadership Forum.

Helie Dharia, Florida,  has advised on inclusive hiring programs in political campaigns and created and managed hiring programs in tech startups. As an entrepreneur, she is working to incorporate inclusivity into her own business and advocating for her values within her company. She has also volunteered in voter protection efforts and other political organizing for more than eight years, supporting candidates and causes that promote democracy & equity.

Allan Schuster, Texas-Arlington, volunteers with the Legacy Counseling Center. Allan was also an officer within LEAGUE at AT&T.

Manuel Duran, Cal State-Northridge, works under the department of Programs & Inclusion at California State University Northridge.

2020 National COY Cody Vasquez represents all brothers of different backgrounds, ethnicity, genders. He was previously an Activities Manger at the Angelo State Multicultural Office and is currently Member Relations for the AMAS Alumni Association, an organization for Mexican-American Students.

Other members of the task force include Diana B. Allen, Howard (DC); Roxanna Canales Monjaras, Cal Poly-Pomona; Meghan Long, Chicago; Somer Benton, Howard (DC); and Stephanie Bowie, Indiana-Purdue at Indianapolis.

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