Bailey Dunn Phillips

Bailey Dunn Phillips
From author: I enact change in my community through building relationships and supporting the diverse individuals around me. Support can look like a needed hug, processing session, a gentle challenge, or allyship. I work to create meaningful relationships with other positive change agents within my community to encourage intersectional change education and the creation of supportive environments for critical discussions about social issues. My hope is that these small things, in an institutional setting, create a ripple effect of productive dialogue and progress towards equitable, systemic changes. Pronouns: she/her/hers. Bailey Dunn Phillips is the Director of the Office of Student Affairs in the Brody School of Medicine.
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