Shameem Rakha has made her life’s work infusing equity-mindedness through the WSU Vancouver campus and beyond. As such, she’s the first winner of the Chancellor’s Award for Advancing Equity.
A seed that always grows
Sometimes, the effect of our financial generosity can extend for ages and include things we can’t even comprehend. But it’s there.
2019 Distinguished Woman
WSU Vancouver gave three Distinguished Woman of the Year awards: student, faculty/staff, and community member. Shameem Rakha won the faculty/staff award.
As the winner of the Brain-Selby Faculty Award in Ed Leadership, WSU Vancouver’s Katherine Rodela is working to rectify the shortage of teachers and administrators of color.
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