DR. CORI WONG
ASSISTANT VICE PRESIDENT FOR GENDER EQUITY – Office of the Vice President for Diversity
DIRECTOR, THE WOMEN AND GENDER COLLABORATIVE – a Presidential Initiative
Passionate about teaching, learning, and approaching education as a practice of freedom, Dr. Wong empowers others to think through everyday life experiences in ways that promote personal and political transformation. Committed to engaging diverse audiences on issues of gender, race, class, sexuality, equity, and social justice, Dr. Wong strives to emphasize how critical reflection and genuine dialogue can be as fun and exciting as they are important and challenging. This approach informs her work to improve the culture and climate around gender at CSU with an emphasis on educating and engaging a broad base to facilitate inclusive and intersectional institutional change.
Before joining the Office of the Vice President for Diversity, Dr. Wong previously served in the Office of the President as Special Assistant to the President and taught courses as a Special Assistant Professor in the Department of Ethnic Studies and the Center for Women’s Studies and Gender Research.
In addition to supporting research, outreach, and advocacy related to women and gender equity, Dr. Wong is dedicated to publicly engaged scholarship and has taught numerous courses on feminist theory, race and ethnicity, sexuality, ethics, education, and feminist friendship. She earned a dual-title PhD in Philosophy and Women’s Studies from the Pennsylvania State University after graduating summa cum laude with a BA in Philosophy and Religious Studies from Colorado State University.
Contact: Cori.Wong@colostate.edu; (970) 491-3331
PROGRAM COORDINATOR – Office of the Vice President for Diversity
Bailey graduated cum laude from Colorado State University with a B.A. in Political Science and minors in Women’s Studies, Legal Studies and International Development. While at CSU, Bailey founded “The (Blank) Monologues” and served as a Victim’s Assistance Team Advocate. With a passion for creating platforms and opportunities for discussion and critical reflection on issues around gender, sexuality, race, class, identity, inequity and injustice, Bailey seeks to make resources accessible and provide support wherever she can.
Contact: Bailey.Boggs@colostate.edu; (970) 491-2708