Steph Gonzalez

Steph GonzalezSteph Gonzalez
Associate Director for Diversity Recruitment
Williams College (MA)

Professional Background
Steph Gonzalez serves as Associate Director for Diversity Recruitment at Williams College. She previously worked in student affairs and admission at Boston University where she earned her BA, M.Ed., and MBA. She is currently pursuing a PhD in Educational Inequality at The George Washington University and is working with DCPS to look at alumni outcomes for students who participate in high school study abroad programs. She plans to focus her dissertation research on financial aid policies that impact middle-income students of color.

Educational Background
PhD Candidate - Doctorate in Education (Cross-Disiplinary Team in Education & Inquality), expected 2024
George Washington University (DC)

MBA - Master of Buisness Analysis in Public & Nonprofit Management and Leadership & Organizational Transformation, 2017
Boston University (MA)

Ed.M, Masters in Education, Policy, Planning & Administration - Higher Education Administration, 2012
Boston University (MA)

BA - Bachelor of Arts in Hispanic Language & Literature, 2011
BS - Bachelor of Science in Modern Foreign Language Education, 2011
Boston University (MA)

Why are you serving on the Faculty Advisory Committee?
“I've truly enjoyed the last two years of being a GWI faculty advisory committee member. The conference is a great opportunity to mentor younger staff of color and connect them with other folks in the profession. Being on the advisory committee has given me the opportunity to chime in about ways to continue enhancing GWI. We've made meaningful changes over the last few years in giving attendees takeaways to bring back to their offices and worksheets on how to put together strong presentation proposals. I always find GWI to be an invigorating and energizing conference so being part of the team that works to put the conference together is one of the most meaningful professional development opportunities I'm able to participate in.”

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