Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion at Presidio
Presidio Graduate School is committed to our journey of fostering an anti-racist and inclusive academic community and equipping our students and alumni with the skills and knowledge to create a truly equitable future for generations to come.
Our community stands with the BIPOC and LGBTQIA+ communities. Climate change interacts with and worsens existing societal inequalities shaped by racism and poverty, and at Presidio, we believe a truly sustainable future must address and grapple with the interconnectedness of systemic racism, environmental justice, and bigotry related to the impact of climate change on marginalized communities.
Student Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Advisory Committee
The Student Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Advisory Committee (SDEIAC) is a student club established to offer the student perspective on Presidio’s ongoing work to improve and expand efforts to continuously improve diversity, equity, and inclusion within the Presidio Graduate School community.
SDEIAC is committed to supporting the important ongoing work of our graduate community to dismantle oppressive systems that harm people and our planet. As our community continues to cope with ongoing climate change, a global pandemic, a watershed in liberation movements (especially for black, trans, and working-class people), we look to each other in solidarity and hope as a community. The SDEIAC recognizes that systemic change takes time, energy, and accountability. We seek to balance clear intentions with transparent outcomes, whatever they may be.
SDEIAC aims to help build an increasingly diverse community of students, alumni, faculty, staff, and partners at Presidio that equitably includes underrepresented voices, promotes anti-oppression as fundamental to sustainability, creates brave spaces for difficult conversations, and continues its history as a business school driving transformational change.
SDEIAC members facilitate a student event series, community workshops, group and 1:1 conversations, and resource groups. Members are also available to speak with prospective and new students about diversity, equity, and inclusion.