Northeastern University and the D’Amore-McKim School of Business value and celebrate the inclusion of all students, and we are proud of the work our graduate students are doing to promote the importance of diversity—whether it’s in the classroom, the workplace, or through clubs and organizations. In this dialogue, you will hear from D’Amore-McKim current students, recent alumni, and our admissions team as they give an inside look into diversity and inclusion on campus and the work our community is doing to bring awareness to Northeastern and beyond.
Participants in this event will…
- Hear from D’Amore-McKim students and alumni from historically underrepresented groups about their experiences at Northeastern
- Get an overview of the diversity and inclusion resources available to graduate students
- Learn about student clubs and organizations that are working to make a difference on campus (You’re invited to participate!)
- Find out more about the scholarship opportunities available
Comus Hardman is a veteran of the United States Navy and a Posse Veterans Alumnus. Prior to starting his MBA journey at D’Amore-McKim School of Business, he studied biology at Vassar College and went on to do a 2-year stint working as a pancreatic cancer researcher at a Harvard Medical School-affiliated lab. He has long had a passion for science and technology and believes in using these as tools to build a brighter, more equitable future. Outside of classes, Comus enjoys exercising, nutrition, sleep, consuming science fiction novels and films, coding, and being in nature. He believes in the power of diversity and the pay-it-forward mentality and wants to be a voice who encourages others to pursue higher education.
Jelena Pejic is an international higher education professional who is motivated to meaningfully influence students at a pivotal time in their lives. She has 10 years of experience recruiting and advising graduate applicants and students. Jelena currently manages the graduate certificate portfolio of programs at D’Amore-McKim. She holds a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from Boston University and is currently pursuing a graduate program in global studies at Northeastern University. She grew up in former Yugoslavia and relocated to the United States in 1997.