The Wisconsin Union has a dedicated Council to address ongoing engagement, inclusion and diversity (E.I.D.) efforts.
EID plays an essential role in our day-to-day practice. This remains true as our communities and country grapple with the consequences of police brutality, white supremacy, and systemic racism, all in the wake of a pandemic. Please remember to center EID and our EID principles as we work through our campus response and communications around our response, what the impact our response and these realities have on employees, who’s most impacted, who needs additional support, who might be overlooked, how do we best meet these needs, etc.
Please continue to take good care and check-in with each other, your loved ones, your friends and colleagues.
To be the curators of and catalysts for creating a more diverse, inclusive, and socially just culture at the Wisconsin Union.
Mobilizing professional and student staff in creating substantial and lasting organizational change that seeks diversity, embraces inclusion, and engages all employees.
- Commitment. We are committed to furthering engagement, inclusion, diversity, and social justice initiatives within the Wisconsin Union.
- Understanding. We will work to increase levels of awareness and understanding of ourselves, our colleagues, and our communities.
- Respect. We honor the viewpoints and experiences of all.
- Transparency. We are open and candid about the work we are doing and why we are doing it.
- People-centered. We recognize that our human capital is our most important asset and initiatives will consider people first.
Current Council Members
Stephanie Diaz De Leon