05.06.16Congrats Sally Dickson!
Authentic, vision, greatness, champion for diversity. These are all words that spring to mind when you think of Sally Dickson. And for good reason. Yesterday, PROJECT EDQUITY’S very own was recognized for her contributions and commitment to diversity and inclusion. Sally serves on the Advisory Board of PROJECT EDQUITY and is a dedicated mentor and supporter.
Stanford University President John Hennessy honored Sally Dickson with the 2016 President’s Award for Excellence Through Diversity. The University chose to bestow this award upon Sally in recognition of her work to champion the rights for all at the University. The President’s Award for Excellence through Diversity recognizes and honors individuals that have made exceptional contributions to enhancing and supporting diversity. The award is intended to recognize that a diverse campus community enhances institutional excellence.
Sally has innate understanding of the importance of diversity and inclusivity. Her approach to diversity work spans across populations, and has led to her involvement in a variety of groups in academia and University communities nation wide. She frequently challenges those around her to think about the ways people view the world differently and encourages dialogue about unconscious biases.
We are honored and lucky to have Sally on the PROJECT EDQUITY Team! Check out the full story at https://news.stanford.edu/2016/05/04/stanford-honors-emerita-staff-member-office-multicultural-affairs-2015-16-presidents-award-excellence-diversity/
Carmen Perkins is co-founder, managing partner, and contributing author for PROJECT EDQUITY
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