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Bridget F.B. Algee-Hewitt
Senior Research Scientist, Ctr for Comparative Studies in Race and Ethnicity (CCSRE)
Current Role at StanfordSenior Research Scientist
Joseph Willie Devail Anderson Jr.
Arts-Based Diversion Program Coordinator, Ctr for Comparative Studies in Race and Ethnicity (CCSRE)
BioJodi Anderson Jr. is a first-year master's student at Stanford's Graduate School of Education and the Co-founder of Rézme, an American education technology platform that facilitates economic and social mobility through specialized recruiting, professional development, and personalized learning for justice-impacted citizens. Before graduating from Stanford with a B.A. in Political Science, he studied at Cornell University's School of Industrial Labor Relations after graduating from Cornell's Prison Education Program. His experience in technology, management, and business development stems from his involvement in start-ups spanning multiple industries: music technology (CreateSafe), youth sports (MOJO Sport), and most recently, application software at Reddit Inc.
Maya Celeste Castillo
Undergraduate, Comparative Studies in Race and Ethnicity
Student Coordinator, Ctr for Comparative Studies in Race and Ethnicity (CCSRE)
Undergraduate, Graduate School of Education
Undergraduate Student from Downey, CA
BA Candidate in Chicanx/Latinx Studies, with an interest in Education, Ecology, and the Sociology of Suburban L.A.
Trained docent and affiliate of Jasper Ridge Biological Preserve.
BioStephen Murphy-Shigematsu received a doctorate in clinical and community psychology from Harvard University and was professor at the University of Tokyo before coming to Stanford. His appointments include consulting professor in the School of Medicine, School of Humanities and Science, and visiting professor in the School of Education. He has taught in Health and Human Performance, Comparative Studies in Race & Ethnicity, Psychology, Anthropology, and Human Biology. His consulting practice with American and Japanese organizations is based in mindfulness, emotional intelligence, and narrative psychology, balancing Eastern and Western wisdom and science. He is author of 11 books in Japanese and English including, Multicultural Encounters: Case Narratives of a Counseling Practice (2002), When Half is Whole: Multiethnic Asian American Identities (2012), The Stanford University Mindfulness Classroom (2016), From Mindfulness to Heartfulness: Transforming Self and Society with Compassion (2018), and Ultimate Leadership (2018).