Ileana Gonzalez, assistant professor in the Counseling department, joined the faculty in 2012. She holds a CACREP accredited Masters and Education Specialist degree in School Counseling and Educational Media and Instructional Design from the University of Florida and a CACREP accredited Doctoral degree in Counselor Education from the University of Maryland. She has presented locally, nationally and internationally and written on topics relating to training counselors to be multiculturally competent, urban school counselors and social justice,social justice related issues in counselor education, and higher education. She is a member of the American Counseling Association, Association of Counselor Education and Supervision, Chi Sigma Iota-International Counseling Honor Society, Counselors for Social Justice and the Association of Multicultural Counseling Development. She has previously served as the Chapter faculty advisor for the Johns Hopkins University Lambda Chapter of CSI and was recently awarded the 2020 Counselor Educator of the year by the Maryland School Counseling Association.

Keywords: Race; diversity; inequality; counseling; antiracism; social justice.

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