Congratulations to Margia Arguello
Margia Arguello joins the Carey Business School’s Underrepresented Groups Advisory Board as a co-chair along with some incredibly talented business leaders
The Maryland Hispanic Chamber of Commerce is proud to announce Margia’s role as co-chair of the Underrepresented Groups Advisory Board. Her will be to:
Advise the dean and academic leaders on inclusion of principles of diversity in academic programs, recruitment efforts, and student support.
- Serve as ambassadors on behalf of Carey Business School in a variety of settings, including prospective students and partner institutions.
- Serve as mentors for current students.
- Participate in events to promote diversity, equity, inclusion and belonging at Carey Business School, including prospective students, current students, alumni and friends.
- Recruit additional supporters and committee members.
- Refer potential students to the Leadership Development Program.
- Make a minimum annual financial commitment to Carey Business School to support underrepresented groups.
- Attend two meetings each year with the dean to advise and plan future activities.
Learn more about the Leadership Development Program at Johns Hopkins Carey Business School in the video here