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Bowman Advocates for Inclusive Culture

A student leadership program focused on social justice

Bowman Advocates

Mission Statement

Bowman Advocates for Inclusive Culture are student leaders who strive to support and empower the undergraduate student body in building a more inclusive Boston College community through cross-cultural dialogue.

Who We Are

Boston College sophomores, juniors, and seniors who have been trained by BAIC staff members to facilitate cross-cultural activities and dialogues with our peer community

This year's Bowman Advocate team includes:

Ashley Chandrashekhar, Sianay Chase, Ariana Cho, Mohamed Diallo, Eric Encarnacion, Taraun Frontis, Chansakada Heng, Camryn Hicks, Samuel Kim, Khanh Le, Kimberly Lozano, Timothy Mahier, Kevin Mahon, Aerin Marshall, Isaacson Michel, Cristian Miranda, Amirah Orozco, Ruperto Peres, Jada Sanchez, Laura Simeon, Maakeda Sinclair, Dougmawi Tewodrose, Hoang Ngan Tran, Kara Verma, and Karen Zheng

Cherry Lim, Graduate Assistant
Tiffany Enos, Assistant Director of Thea Bowman AHANA and Intercultural Center

What We Do

  1. Co-facilitate debrief sessions during the MOSAIC program during Welcome Week along with Resident Assistants and FACES members
  2. Co-facilitate Campus of Difference workshops for first-year students that focus on diversity and identity
  3. Co-facilitate Dialogues on Race, a program for sophomores, juniors and seniors to engage in peer-led discussions on issues related to race

If you have any questions or are interested in being part of the Bowman Advocate leadership program please contact Tiffany Enos at enost@bc.edu