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Join Stanford Pride for The Champions, an interview series featuring Stanford alumni who are championing diversity and inclusion as members of the LGBTQ community.

We will be interviewing members of Stanford Pride who are making an impact as a champion of diversity and inclusion, either professionally or as a community advocate/activist.

The Champions Interview Series Gus Hernandez

    • Society & Culture
    • 5.0 • 3 Ratings

Join Stanford Pride for The Champions, an interview series featuring Stanford alumni who are championing diversity and inclusion as members of the LGBTQ community.

We will be interviewing members of Stanford Pride who are making an impact as a champion of diversity and inclusion, either professionally or as a community advocate/activist.

    The Champions featuring Adam Bad Wound

    The Champions featuring Adam Bad Wound

    Host Crys O’Grady (she/her) ’12 interviews Adam Bad Wound (he/him), MA ’05, MA ’06, as they discuss Adam’s work in environmental justice and renewable energy, as well as his work with the Tribal Solar Accelerator Fund. Produced by Gus Hernandez (he/him) '99.
    Join Stanford Pride for The Champions, an interview series featuring Stanford alumni who are championing diversity and inclusion as members of the LGBTQ community.
    https://www.stanfordpride.org/champions/

    • 24 min
    The Champions featuring Brenda Chavez and Ernesto Martinez

    The Champions featuring Brenda Chavez and Ernesto Martinez

    Host "Chabeli/a" (they/them) '99 interviews Brenda Chavez (she/her) '99 and Ernesto Martinez (he/him) '98 to discuss representation at Stanford and beyond. Produced by Gus Hernandez (he/him) '99.
    Join Stanford Pride for The Champions, a new interview series featuring Stanford alumni who are championing diversity and inclusion as members of the LGBTQ community.
    https://www.stanfordpride.org/champions/

    • 50 min
    The Champions featuring Evan Boyle

    The Champions featuring Evan Boyle

    Host Crys O’Grady (she/her/hers) ’12 interviews Evan Boyle (he/him/his) MS ’19, PhD ’19 to hear about Evan’s work in championing diversity and inclusion in STEM. Produced by Gus Hernandez (he/him/his) '99.
    Join Stanford Pride for The Champions, a new interview series featuring Stanford alumni who are championing diversity and inclusion as members of the LGBTQ community.
    https://www.stanfordpride.org/champions/

    • 25 min
    The Champions featuring Zsea Bowmani

    The Champions featuring Zsea Bowmani

    Host Jarreau Bowen (he/him/his) ’07, MA ’08, interviews Zsea Bowmani (he/him/his) ’06 to hear about Zsea’s work at the intersections of race, gender, sexual orientation, human rights, and the environment. Produced by Gus Hernandez (he/him/his) '99.
    Join Stanford Pride for The Champions, a new interview series featuring Stanford alumni who are championing diversity and inclusion as members of the LGBTQ community.
    https://www.stanfordpride.org/events/the-champions/

    • 26 min
    The Champions featuring Jay-Marie Hill

    The Champions featuring Jay-Marie Hill

    Host Jarreau Bowen (he/him/his) '07, MA '08, interviews Jay-Marie Hill (they/them/Holy) '10 to learn about Jay-Marie's advocacy for the Black Trans community and how their experience at Stanford shaped their path in activism and art. Produced by Gus Hernandez (he/him/his) '99.
    Join Stanford Pride for The Champions, a new interview series featuring Stanford alumni who are championing diversity and inclusion as members of the LGBTQ community.
    https://www.stanfordpride.org/events/the-champions/

    • 31 min

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