Springer-Ali is OCC’s New Diversity Champion

nadja springer ali 1Ms. Nadja Springer-Ali has been unanimously selected as OCC’s Diversity Champion for 2015 by College Committee on Diversity and Inclusion. Nadja currently serves as a faculty librarian at Oakland Community College – Orchard Ridge.

For several years has served as the Chair of the Orchard Ridge Campus Committee for Diversity and Inclusion. Additionally, she has served on the College Committee for Diversity and Inclusion. Nadja has been a major force in bringing the African-American Read In to the OCC Libraries and organizes the event each year for the Orchard Ridge campus.

She works tirelessly to bring a wide-variety of relevant topics forward to create events for the campus. Lastly, she has been a major contributor to the organization and planning of the Martin Luther King Day Convocation.

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Nadja Springer-Ali is photographed at the Third Annual Poetry Celebration: Honoring Dr. Maya Angelou. The event was sponsored by the OR Campus Committee for Diversity and Inclusion and was held on April 1.

With this honor, Nadja will be recognized on the Diversity Champion Honor Roll as sponsored by the Race Relations & Diversity Task Force of the Birmingham Community House in early May. Please join OCC in congratulating Nadja on receiving this honor and thanking her for all that she has done for OCC and our greater community.

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