Executive Director of Multicultural Affairs & International Student Life
Advocate. Empower. Affirm.
The Office of Multicultural Affairs serves as a cultural resource for students, faculty, and staff. We provide direction and services for current and prospective students from underrepresented populations. Through creative and innovative programs, the office enhances cultural knowledge and produces a deeper appreciation for diversity and inclusion throughout the campus community.
In addition, we offer diversity education programs that foster inclusive learning environments for all students. Students are encouraged to discover their unique identities as they develop their own mechanisms of support and endeavor to deepen their knowledge and appreciation of themselves and others.
Elizabeth Cardona, MPA
Executive Director of Multicultural Affairs & International Student Life; Assistant to the Provost for Diversity & Inclusion
Nadia came to the United States in the winter of 2016 and began her journey at Bay Path as an international student. She is in the graduate Special Education program. In the Office of Multicultural Affairs, she strives to help create a more diverse Bay Path community.
Bianca is a Legal Studies major with a Criminal Justice minor. She is also working towards obtaining her Paralegal Certificate. She is a well-rounded student on campus; she is President of the Student Government Association, a Lacrosse player, an Academic Learners and Leaders Initiative (ALLI) Ambassador/mentor, and a Student Ambassador. Working in the Office of Multicultural Affairs has assisted her with learning more about diversity and inclusion.
Work Study Student
Morgan is an undergraduate student studying Neurobiology. She believes that society currently doesn't always allow everyone to be open and upfront about what they believe in, or even show who they really are. This is why she is a big advocate for diversity and inclusion. She knows first hand what it’s like not to fit in. This is why she loves working at the Office of Multicultural Affairs. It is a place where she feels safe to have her beliefs and be able to share them out loud. She enjoys being able to spread awareness and knowledge to those that do not always understand or have access to information.