Join us for a STEP Seminar on Transformation and Liberation with Denise Abdul-Rahman, Regional Field Organizer of the NAACP Environmental and Climate Justice Program for Midwest and Plain States. This is a public event presented by the Center for Science, Technology, and Environmental Policy.
About the Speaker: Denise Abdul-Rahman is a staff member of the National NAACP Environmental Climate Justice Program (ECJP), as the Regional Field Organizer for the Midwest and Plain States. She holds a BS in management, an MBA in healthcare management, and a health informatics designation from Indiana University School of Informatics. Currently she serves on the Midwest Renewable Energy Association Board of Directors, and she has served as Delegate to the Paris COP 21, Delegate to the Global Climate Action Summit, former Vice Chair of the Indianapolis Air Pollution Control Board, and an advisor for the Thrive Indianapolis Climate Action Plan.
The STEP Seminar Series is an interdisciplinary platform for scholars and practitioners to discuss research and policy issues in the broad domain of science, technology, and environmental policy. The seminar series provides an informal setting for feedback and engagement with ongoing research projects and policy debates. We invite scholars from all disciplines and practitioners working in all action arenas with connections to the fields of scholarship that shape science, technology, and environmental policy. Join our STEP Seminar mailing list and see our full spring lineup.
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