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Sienna Abdulahad is a scholar, activist, author and practitioner focused on equity, diversity, inclusion, and social justice. Her work started at the intersection of communications, experiential marketing, and higher education. With more than a decade of experience working with diverse groups of college students in, and outside, the classroom, Abdulahad strives to impact the lives of students by exposing them to various theories and practices grounded in Black feminist thought. Sienna is focused on equitable outcomes that support the retention and holistic development of marginalized students, faculty, staff, and alumni. She also works to equip students and colleagues with the tools they need to reimagine and realize an antiracist and fully liberatory society. She is a co-author of The Table: Stories from Black Women in Student Affairs, and Navigating COVID-19: Perspectives and Strategies from Women of Color in Academia

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