Laura Quiros, Ph.D, LMSW, has been an associate professor of social work at Adelphi University for the past 11 years. She teaches social work practice at the doctoral and master levels. Her research and scholarly interests focus on the social construction of racial and ethnic identity and trauma informed care from a social justice lens. She coaches, trains and facilitates dialogues with executive level staff across higher education, corporate and nonprofits to dig deep and sincerely connect to diversity and inclusion. “I think together we can deepen the conversation to develop a reflective consciousness that is strength-based, yet also critically nurturing, and ultimately contribute to changing the world,” Quiros said.

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July 6, 2021

How inclusive holidays strengthen the workplace

A diversity, equity and inclusion expert weighs in on how learning and celebrating diverse holidays can bring us closer to our friends, family and colleagues.

March 5, 2021

Accountability gets a bad rap. But what if we leaned into it?

In this historic moment of complex trauma that we are all living through, self-care can be a radical practice. Empathic accountability could be the radical self- and community-care we all need.