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Nov. 30 - Dec. 3  |  2021
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Thursday, December 2 • 6:00pm - 7:00pm
Building an Inclusive Ocean Mapping Community

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Diversity and inclusion should be a central part of the ocean mapping community conversation.  There have been many advances made in the last several years - but there is still a great deal to go.  

Join this session to hear the panelists' perspectives and experiences with respect to inclusion in the marine science space. A discussion on working towards more inclusivity, breaking down barriers and stereotypes, and coming up with lasting solutions will form a part of this session.

Attendees are encouraged to participate via chat and open discussion with the panelists.

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Moderators
avatar for Tinah Martin

Tinah Martin

Data Manager, Lamont - Doherty Earth Observatory, Columbia University

Speakers
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Nicole Williams

Director of Outreach, 500 Women Scientists
Nicole Williams (she/her/hers) is a marine scientist, diversity and inclusion practitioner, and an advocate for policies that improve the well-being and health of self-identifying African American women. She holds a Masters of Science degree in Marine Science from Hawai’i Pacific University and a Bachelor of... Read More →
avatar for Marzia Rovere

Marzia Rovere

Guiding Committee Vice-Chair, GEBCO
Marzia Rovere has a PhD in Earth Sciences and is researcher in marine geology at the Institute of Marine Sciences (ISMAR) of the National Research Council of Italy since 2009. Her scientific research deals with a variety of different topics related to seafloor and sub-seafloor mapping... Read More →
avatar for Diego Billings

Diego Billings

Hydrographer


Thursday December 2, 2021 6:00pm - 7:00pm EAT
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