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Tuesday, October 13, 2020 | 1:00 PM - 2:00 PM ET

Are You Authorized to Work? Advising International Students on Best Practices

Join Nitin Agrawal, Interstride, and Aaron Blumberg, Fragomen to delve into the challenges faced by international students during the current COVID crisis and how these challenges can be addressed by universities and colleges. Nitin will provide an overview of the technology response to these challenges, and Aaron will cover the response from an immigration standpoint.


Nitin Agrawal, Co-Founder, Interstride

Nitin grew up in Nepal and immigrated to the U.S. to pursue higher education. He graduated from the University of Miami in Florida with a BBA and earned his MBA from the Haas School of Business at UC Berkeley. He has worked for numerous financial institutions, including a fintech group of Western Union, a Norwegian investment fund, and the Corporate & Investment Banking division of Citigroup. After 15 years of experience as an international student and professional, he wanted to make life easier for the next generation of international students. Interstride is the result of his conviction that technology can empower these students to chase their dreams with confidence.

Aaron Blumberg, Partner, Fragomen, Del Rey, Bernsen & Loewy, LLP

Aaron is a Partner at Fragomen’s Miami office, where he advises a diverse client base, including investors and entrepreneurs, colleges and universities and multinational companies, on U.S. immigration law. Aaron has deep experience advising on the distinctive immigration requirements of colleges and universities. He also assists large state universities seeking to become designated as J-1 sponsor schools, and he works with colleges and universities that have established J-1 programs to ensure that they remain compliant.

Registration: This webinar is FREE for EACE members and $35 for non-members to join.

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Wednesday, November 4, 2020 | 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM ET

Cancel Culture, Call-Out Culture, Counsel Culture: Affirming Today's "Disruptors" as Future Leaders

Cancel culture has become a polarizing topic of debate. The rise of public backlash is often fueled by social media. Preserving cultural cachet delicately teeters on evoking one’s freedom to speak truth to power or merciless mob outcry. This interactive diversity & inclusion webinar will define cancel culture and address the disparate impact of cancel culture on diverse groups. As society grapples with establishing new ethical and social norms, asserting cancel culture as a social justice remedy may indeed dismiss and suppress the free exchange of ideas, thoughts, and speech needed to make meaningful change. As career professionals prepare students to transition to the world of work, best practices for student engagement in the new normal will be shared. Helping students to stand in their truth in the midst of the tumultuous wave of cancel culture, call-out culture, and counsel culture trends positions them to strike the balance needed to succeed in the workplace without relinquishing their identity and beliefs.

Learning Outcomes:

  1. Build an awareness and understanding of cancel culture.
  2. Understand the difference between cancel culture and call-out culture.
  3. Identify the need for counsel culture and teachable moments in order to transform thinking.
  4. Empower students’ personal truth and identification in their growth as a professional.


Alicia S. Monroe, Ed.D., Assistant Director of the Office of Career Development, Rowan University 

Dr. Alicia Monroe is a PK-20 experienced educator and international education consultant. She has served as classroom teacher, supervisor, assistant principal, principal, assistant superintendent, adjunct professor, and education consultant. As adjunct faculty in the Africana Studies program, College of Humanities and Social Sciences at Rowan University, Monroe teaches the course that she designed titled, “Black Lives Matter: An Ethnographic Perspective of the Movement.” In addition, she is adjunct faculty in the College of Education.Monroe also works in the Office of Career Advancement at Rowan University. Notably, in this role, she created and implements the Rowan First Star STEAM Academy, the First Star STEAM College and Career Readiness Conference, and the engineering apprentice program’s “Effective Engagement With Employers” workshops and networking events. She is currently responsible for three research studies focused on first year initiative, neurodiversity, and effective student engagement with career services. Her partnership with the Academic Success and Disability Resources Center and Autism PATH program has provided for collaborative planning, mentoring, career coaching, and job placement for differently abled students and alumni.Monroe is the inaugural Director, Diversity and Inclusion for EACE and Co-Chair of the Principles of Ethical Professional Practice Committee for NACE. She is also the CEO and Founder of Solutions for Sustained Success, LLC., which provides services and professional learning in the areas of education, organizational systems, leadership, diversity and inclusion, and equity and access.

Marisol Rosado-Perez, M.Ed., Career Counselor & Academic Coach, Widener University 

Marisol Rosado-Perez is a higher education professional that is invested in improving Diversity, Inclusion, Equity, and Access in all spaces she occupies. Prior to higher education Marisol worked in the mental health field providing therapeutic services to the Philadelphia community. This experience helped her further understand the differences between internalized, interpersonal, and systemic inequities. Currently, Marisol is a Career Counselor, Academic Coach and Exploratory Studies Advisor at Widener University. Through assisting each department within Student Success, Marisol has contributed creative problem solving, collaborative strategic planning, and inclusive support for First Generation students, people with disabilities and the LGBTQ+ community. In addition, Marisol is a professor of First Year Seminar, serves on Staff Council, Widener’s LGBT Task Force, and is a certified trainer for Widener's campus sexual assault prevention program. In these roles Marisol advocates for the advancement of marginalized identities on campus. Notably, in her roles, Marisol has created trainings for students, resident assistants, and staff to learn more about the importance of supporting First Generation students. As a result of these trainings, Widener implemented its first living learning community dedicated to supporting First Generation students. Marisol is a member of the inaugural Diversity and Inclusion Team for Eastern Association of Colleges and Employers (EACE) and the former Co-Chair of the Grants and Scholarships Committee for the 2019-2020 year. Currently, she serves as a member of the Programming Committee.

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