FIU Social Justice Summit

Transformative Justice in a Time of Resistance

The FIU Social Justice Summit is an opportunity for students, faculty, and staff to gain knowledgeable insights from incredible social justice change-makers, who will shine a light on the path forward to a collective journey. The Social Justice Summit focuses on educating, advocating, empowering, and acting for social change. This event was held on October 28, 2022, at the Modesto Maidique Campus in the Graham University Center Ballrooms. 




All FIU students in attendance received points toward OSJI's Fundamentals of Social Justice Badge and FIU's Global Learning Medallion program. Faculty and staff in attendance received professional development credit.

2022 Committee Members

  • David Bynes, Office of Social Justice and Inclusion
  • Rebecca Crist, Asst. Professor - Teaching and Learning
  • Indee Williams, OSJI - Pride Center
  • Rozeena Williams, Office of Social Justice and Inclusion 
  • Jeffrey McNamee, Office of Social Justice and Inclusion
  • Courtney Rose, Asst. Teaching Professor - Educational Policy Studies
  • Tait Brooks, Division of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion
  • Sonya Anderson-Robinson, Office of Social Justice and Inclusion
  • Jon Warech, Hillel at FIU
  • Saige Thibaud, FIU OSJI Student Ambassador
  • Carleen Vincent, Teaching Professor - SIPA's Dean's Office
  • Cristohfer Bernabel, FIU Student Government Association
  • Valerie Patterson, African and African Diaspora Studies Program
  • Eva Vergara, Office of Social Justice and Inclusion
  • Kemauri Willis, FIU Graduate Student
  • Irenes Olivas, Office of Social Justice and Inclusion
  • Katia Almeida, FIU Student