The Dinner and Dialogue Series allows for informal conversations between university students and faculty, staff, or administrators of color over dinner. The purpose of the dinner is to provide an opportunity for students to hear from faculty, staff, and administrators of color about their life experiences, careers, successes and challenges in an intimate setting. All university students are welcome to attend the Dinner and Dialogue series.
For our first April program, we will be joined by Tracey Laroche, Adjunct Professor in the School of Education and Health Science.
Educator, Leader, Writer, Mentor, Tracey F. Laroche, M.A. ED, M.S. is an active non-profit curriculum developer/designer and Adjunct Professor in the Ruth S. Ammon School of Education at Adelphi University in Garden City, LI.
In graduating from Adelphi University with a Bachelor’s Degree in History and a Masters Degree in Education, while furthermore gaining a Master of Science in Social Sciences at CUNY Brooklyn College; Tracey has utilized her degrees to propel her into a variety of spaces. Tracey’s expertise is within developing programs, teaching, managing teams, building professional networks, advising /mentoring students, and implementing Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion throughout her work.