|Title:||Assoc Dir Multicult TR & DEV|
|Office:||Warde Academic Center|
|Department:||Office of Inclusive Excellence|
Camila Márquez (she/they) is SXU's faculty development coordinator, specializing in culturally responsive and equity-based teaching. She is also the co-creator of Kneading Change, an organization that works with justice-seeking people to embrace and express their multiple identities through liberation-focused education, consulting and trauma-informed life coaching. She holds a bachelor's degree from Cornell University in human development, Africana studies, and Latino studies and a master's degree in law and diplomacy from The Fletcher School at Tufts. Márquez has been involved in the changemaking sphere for over a decade with organizations such as Big Brothers Big Sisters, PeaceJam, Love 146 and Tomorrow's Women.