Tim Henson, a George Mason University freshman, took a moment to consider the recent Panel on Intersectional Identities, Disabilities and Empowerment, and agreed he liked what he heard.
“It’s great that Mason is taking steps toward an inclusive conversation about diversity,” the freshman environmental science and policy major said.
The panel on Oct. 30 in the Johnson Center Bistro discussed topics such as women’s empowerment and diverse accomplishments and identities. Kristina Angelevska, community solutions program fellow in Mason ‘s Women and Gender Studies Program, moderated the dialogue. The panel was brought to the Fairfax Campus by Mason’s Office of Disability Services, LGBTQ+ Resources, and the Women and Gender Studies Program.