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Welcome to the Stanford LBRE Black Advisory Committee!

The Stanford LBRE Black Advisory Committee (“LBRE BAC”) is comprised of committed African American employees of the Land Buildings and Real Estate Department and their allies at Stanford University.  Given the present climate of race relations in America, the BAC felt that it was vital to become better diversity, equity, and inclusion ("DEI") advocates. 

This site will provide useful information about the BAC's mission, vision, values, and resources to support LBRE's goal for DE&I and belonging.

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Mission

The Stanford LBRE Black Advisory Committee (“LBRE BAC”) is composed of Black staff for the purpose of fostering healthy and nurturing relationships and creating meaningful checks and balances on matters involving diversity, equity, and inclusion in the department as it aligns with the greater University mission.

 

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Vision

An ongoing effort to improve the education, mentorship, training, hiring, contracting, promotion, and overall leveling of the playing field for Black employees in LBRE. As caretakers of the legacy, to assist in the development and implementation of measured accountability within LBRE and University leadership to demonstrate metrics to benchmark progress.

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Values

Accountability, Action, Advocacy, Authenticity, Collaboration, Communication, Community, Education, Equity, Integrity, Respect, Safety, Transparency, and Trustworthy.

 

 

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President

Mia Love

Click below to read about our Member Spotlight for Fall 2021. 

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