232: How to Decolonize Femtorship with Jasmine Marie Mageno Torres
On today’s episode, Jasmine Marie Mageno “JT” Torres shares her insights on how to decolonize femtorship. JT brings 15 years of student support service experience and most recently 8 years of work in the TRIO community.
Jasmine has completed her doctoral coursework and is preparing for a study to better understand the identity development of indigenous CHamoru students attending college. JT received her Master of Science in Education and has since been consulting with programs and professionals to bring a decolonized lens to their leadership and work.
On the show, JT defines femtorship and decolonization and how they tie in to limiting inclusion and advancement, especially for BIPOC women. She shares insights on how to be a better femtor and femtee. JT also addresses how to support indigenous students, first-gen students, and students from other diverse cultures. You can connect with JT via Instagram (@streetwisedoctora).
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