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Rubenstein School lecture series April 15

April 15th - Tracey Tsugawa - Civil Rights Investigator, Vermont Human Rights Commission

Tracey Tsugawa is the civil rights investigator and trainer for the Vermont Human Rights Commission (HRC). At the Commission, Tracey focuses on bullying and harassment issues in schools as well as immigrant and refugee issues. She is a founding member of CQ Strategies, a consulting group that works with non-profit and governmental entities on cultural competency, organizational development, and anti-bias work. Tracey has taught at the undergraduate and graduate levels for the past 28 years, currently teaching in the Environmental Studies Program at the University of Vermont. She also serves as a member of the Vermont State Advisory Committee for the U.S. Commission on Civil Rights. Tracey lived and worked in Tokyo, Japan and Cali, Colombia. She holds a Bachelor's Degree in East Asian Studies from Oberlin College, and a Master's Degree in Education from the University of Massachusetts, Amherst.

Come hear about her path to leadership.

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