The DMC 10 year celebration is focused on connecting narratives long untold into a catalyst for shared experience. A celebration of learning through conversations both enriching and challenging, and the gumption to create new legacies exploring the “intersections between gender, race, culture, religion, sexuality, ability, socioeconomic class, and other facets of human difference.
10-Year Anniversary Steering Committee Members
- Co-Chairs: Robyn Gibson ’10 and Paola Lopez, former Director of the Days-Massolo Center
- Corinne Bancroft ’10
- Alma Bradley ’21
- Emily DiBari, Associate Director of Identity and Affinity Programs
- Jazmin Gatto-Torres ’02
- Maria Genao-Homs, Associate Dean of Diversity and Inclusion
- Geoffrey Hicks ’09
- Taliyah James ’24
- Maddie Lazenby ’23
- Alejandro Medina ’22
- Torrence Moore ’92
- Josue Herrera Rivera ’24
- Nhora Serrano, Associate Director for Digital Learning and Research
During their four years at Hamilton, Kye Lippold ’10, Geoffrey Hicks ’09, Robyn Gibson ’10, Amy Tannenbaum ’10, Corrine Bancroft ’10, Stephanie Tafur ’10, and Wai Yee Poon ’10 led an effort to improve the experiences of marginalized groups on campus. Through the Social Justice Initiative, they hosted spaces where students could talk freely about discrimination and advocated for curriculum reform, sensitivity training for faculty, and a cultural education center that would eventually be known as the Days-Massolo Center (DMC).