Dr. Fiona Jaramillo currently serves as the Chief of Staff at the NYU School of Professional Studies. As Chief of Staff, her responsibilities include oversight of ongoing large-scale projects, supervising all high school programming, drafting reports on priority agenda items, direct management of the Dean’s Office, staffing senior-level searches, and serving as the Dean’s representative on high priority internal and external meetings. Prior to joining NYUSPS, she served as the Manager of Operations and Student Advising for the Sheikh Mohamed bin Zayed Scholars Program and NYUAD Summer Academy, two high-profile youth programs in the United Arab Emirates. In this capacity her duties included serving as project manager for programming across three global sites, working with government partners on scholarship compliance, and developing short- and long-term programmatic calendars and operations. Fiona Jaramillo earned a Bachelor of Arts degree from the NYU College of Arts and Science, a Master of Public Administration degree from the NYU Robert F. Wagner Graduate School of Public Service, and a Doctorate of Education from the Steinhardt School of Culture, Education, and Human Development.
My recommendations for immediate IDBEA action steps anyone in the community can take…
My recommendation for immediate action steps that anyone can take in the community is to stay informed. The NYU Office of Global Inclusion and the NYU Center for Multicultural Education and Programs both send out weekly newsletters that are extremely helpful in keeping informed about all the IDBEA programming and events going on throughout the University (and the list is always long!). Other action steps include: voting, supporting minority-owned businesses, signing petitions, attending protests/rallies, and giving of your time and/or donating to IDBEA causes.