LaToya T. Brackett, PhD

Co-Organizer

Ameera Nimjee, PhD

Co-Organizer

Dr. Brackett is Visiting Assistant Professor of African American Studies and The Race and Pedagogy Institute at the University of Puget Sound.

What this series means to her:

I am because we are, and in the spirit of that, I want to ensure that women/womxn of color are heard, seen, and appreciated throughout my communities. When they shine, I shine, we all shine. I consider myself one of the brave.
Be Brave!

Dr. Nimjee is an Assistant Professor of Ethnomusicology in the School of Music and Asian Studies at the University of Puget Sound.

What this series means to her:

What an honor to be a part of a series dedicated to the many, plural, and brave voices that make up womxn of color. Thank you to all who have joined us, now and in the future. I can’t wait to meet you.

Be Brave!

 

The Brave Series's original co-founder alongside Dr. Brackett, Dr. Sarah M. West, who is now a tenure track professor at University in Illinois.