Our ongoing “Conversations” series features community members having a dialogue with Holocaust Center of Pittsburgh director Dr. Lauren Apter Bairnsfather. This summer’s conversations will center around the theme of “The Power of the Individual”.
About Jessie Ramey: Jessie Ramey is the Founding Director of the Women’s Institute at Chatham University and Associate Professor of Women’s and Gender Studies. She is also the Founding Chair of Pittsburgh’s Gender Equity Commission. She is a historian by training and has written extensively about gender, race, working families, and U.S. social policy. Dr. Ramey earned her Ph.D. from Carnegie Mellon University and also holds an MA in Women’s History from Sarah Lawrence College.
About Amanda Neatrour: Amanda is currently the Program Manager for the Women’s Leadership and Mentorship Program at Robert Morris University, where she supports and promotes mentorship and leadership programming to advance opportunities for women students. Amanda was previously the Diversity and Inclusion Employment Coordinator for the City of Pittsburgh, and continues that work independently as a diversity trainer and consultant. She served on the Lawrenceville Community Land Trust and Greater Pittsburgh Arts Council Learning and Research committees, and the board of the Young Preservationists Association of Pittsburgh. Amanda is an alum of the Baltimore School for the Arts, Howard University, and the Accademia Dell’Arte in Arezzo, Italy.
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Holocaust Center’s Conversations Series: Dr. Jessie Ramey and Amanda Neatrour
Monday, July 6 @ 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
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