About the IDBEA Committee

Our Work

In Spring 2020, the Office of the Dean at SPS established a Standing IDBEA Committee composed of faculty and staff (with the addition of students in Fall 2020). The committee is formally charged with executing on recommendations put forward by the IDBEA Task Force. To date this work has included:

  • the articulation of a final SPS IDBEA value statement with community feedback; 
  • updating the student orientation module to include diversity and inclusion resources (in partnership with the Office of Student Affairs and student leaders); 
  • offering SPS students IDBEA dialogue workshops (in partnership with the Office of Global Inclusion); 
  • collaborating with the Faculty Council on the inclusion of a diversity and inclusion statement on the SPS syllabus template; 
  • creating and launching a dedicated IDBEA website; 
  • and putting forward recommendations on the continued diversification of faculty hiring at SPS. 

Current IDBEA Committee Members

Billie Gastic Rosado, Co-chair IDBEA Committee

Co-Chair
Billie Gastic Rosado

Associate Dean
Center for Applied Liberal Arts
Division of Applied Undergraduate Studies

Lisa Hoang

Co-Chair
Lisa Hoang

Associate Director
Division of Programs in Business - Human Capital Management

April Cardena
Academic Advisor
Division of Applied Undergraduate Studies

Zulieka Cuevas
Adjunct Instructor
Division of Programs in Business - Management and Systems  

Evelyse "Evy" Fung
Administrative Aide II
Division of Programs in Business - Management and Systems

Elizabeth Izaki
Associate Director
Student Affairs, International Student Support Center

Daniel Kelly II
Clinical Associate Professor & Academic Director of Graduate Programs
Preston Robert Tisch Institute for Global Sport

Sue McNeilly
Senior Assistant Director
SPS Wasserman Center for Career Development

Cameron Myler
Clinical Assistant Professor
Preston Robert Tisch Institute for Global Sport

Fadia Nordtveit
Adjunct Instructor, Division of Applied Undergraduate Studies

Steve Pae
Adjunct Assistant Professor
Division of Programs in Business - Management and Technology

Evan Schuval
Graduate Student
MS in Professional Writing