This profile was last updated on .
Is this you? Claim your profile.
The Pingry School
131 Martinsville Road
Pingry School Alumni E-mail
Find other employees at this company (375)
(30 Total References)
"I look forward to a second ...
"I look forward to a second year of collaboration with the PSPA," said Dr. Diana Artis, Coordinator of Diversity and Multicultural Affairs.
Students or families interested in contributing a dish should contact Dr. Diana Artis (email@example.com).
Pingry School: Faculty & Staff Directory
Dr. Diana Artis
Pingry School: sign off
Pingry's Coordinator of Diversity and Multicultural Affairs, Dr. Diana Artis, is rolling out diversity training initiatives and opportunities specifically geared to the school's adults.
"Before we can support kids properly," she said, "we, as faculty and staff, have to get our act together."
Seminar Participants - All Years - Became Heads - The Heads Network
Diana Artis, Pingry School, 2011
Dr. Diana Artis currently serves as Coordinator of Diversity & Multicultural Affairs at The Pingry School.
As Pingry has increased the enrollment of students of color from 14% to over 45%, Dr. Artis has partnered with her Head of School and other school leaders to focus on diversity leadership infrastructure and identifying strategies for building a culture of inclusion.
Dr. Artis is a licensed psychologist with a cross-cultural focus.
has practiced privately for 8 years focusing on a wide range of adult, student, couple, family, and business leader issues.
In post-Apartheid South Africa, she served as a consultant to previously segregated independent schools as they enrolled their first students of color.
As a board member of an international organization, Diana
consulted on the adaptation of reading curricula, designed to empower power women from diverse backgrounds.
Dr. Artis, earned her doctorate in psychology from Columbia University, Teacher's College.
brings an expertise and passion for helping organizations build leadership infrastructure, make the institutional commitment to diversity visible, develop cultural competency as a skill set, and community engagement beginning at the board level and including all constituents within independent school communities.