Dean Solomon announces Art Inclusivity Task Force


As a part of efforts to enhance diversity and inclusion within the Freeman School, Dean Ira Solomon has announced a new Freeman School Task Force on Art Inclusivity. The Task Force is charged with: (1) developing a rationale and proposing a process for determining the art that is to be displayed within the Freeman School’s Goldring/Woldenberg Business Complex and Stewart Center CBD; and (2) reviewing art currently displayed in the Freeman School’s buildings. The Task Force will make its recommendations to the dean by the end of fall term 2020.

“Art is a powerful and visible symbol of an organization’s values,” said Solomon. “The Freeman School is committed to ensuring that the art in our buildings represents the diverse and inclusive community we are, and strive to be.”

Task Force Members:

  • William Andrews, Executive Director, Ogden Museum of Southern Art
  • Edward J. Crawford (MBA ’09), Member, Business School Council; Co-Founder and President, Coltala Holdings
  • Adolfo Garcia (BSM ’21), President, Tulane Undergraduate Student Government
  • Jessie Haynes (NC ’01), Managing Director, The Helis Foundation
  • Michael Hogg (A&S ’80, L ’83, MBA ’84), Associate Dean for Undergraduate Education, A. B. Freeman School of Business
  • Teddy McCullough (MBA ’19), Coyote Valley Band of Pomo Indians; Associate, Bernstein Private Wealth Management
  • Karina Mederos (MBA ’21), President, Freeman School Graduate Business Council
  • Sharon Moore, Assistant Dean of Operations, A. B. Freeman School of Business
  • Jordan D. Reaves (MBA ’20), President, Tulane Black Business Student Association
  • Christa Schwartz (BSM ’99), Co-Founder and Principal, Studio ID
  • Mita Sujan, Malcolm S. Woldenberg Chair and Professor of Marketing, A. B. Freeman School of Business
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