This session will take place November 17th, 2021, and will be led by Aimée Zenzele Barnes (She/They). Aimée serves as the Diversity and Equity Manager for the City of Sacramento. In their role, she is responsible for developing, implementing, and evaluating Citywide diversity, equity, and inclusion programs, initiatives, and strategic planning. Aimée joined the City of Sacramento in 2018 with over 18 years of higher education administration experience at San Francisco State University where she served as the Interim Director of Diversity and Student Equity, the Interim Executive Director of Associated Students, and the founding Director of the Richard Oakes Multicultural Center. In addition, she has served on a variety of community-based boards of directors, including the SF Black Coalition on AIDS (Rafiki Wellness Center), SF CARE Council, and Center for Spiritual Awareness.
She/They holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Economics and Black Studies, and a Master’s Degree in Education Administration from San Francisco State University and has a passion for curating learning spaces for deep dialogue, life-long learning, and change management strategies that foster racial equity and inclusion on both a personal and organizational level
For more information on future sessions please contact FLAME @freechoicelearning.org.