The Justice, Equity, Diversity & Inclusion (JEDI) Student Leaders are a group of Babson Undergraduate Students who serve as representatives of the Office of Multicultural and Identity Programs. JEDI Student Leaders are tasked with thinking uniquely, critically and creatively about ways to help maintain a Babson Community that is brave, empathic, socially just and equitable for students across all social identities.
Through the office of MIP, the JEDI Student Leaders work to strengthen the student environment and advance the creation of an inclusive and affirming community through partnerships with students through conducting educational, cultural, social, and personal enrichment programs that promote dialogue, cultural awareness, intercultural knowledge and skills, and social justice principles. To this end, JEDI leaders work together as a team to educate and support each other along with fellow students and catalyze learning around many social identities, including but not limited to:
Ability, age, faith and religion, social-economic status. race, ethnicity, gender identity and expression, sexual and romantic orientation, language and more.