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Ebehiremhen is a graduate of Duke University, where she majored in Psychology, and is currently a JD candidate at Stanford Law School. Before the law school application process, Ebehiremhen expanded her knowledge of human behavior, social justice, politics, and education with her broad range of extracurricular activities and work experiences.
Ebehiremhen first discovered her passion for education as an academic tutor for students ages 4-12. As she moved on to Duke University, she began tutoring student athletes in Psychology, helping them prepare for tests. Since then, Ebehiremhen has held teaching positions as an AP Psychology Teacher, an Americorps Teaching Fellow, and a Costanzo Teaching Fellow.
Marcelius is a first-generation college graduate with a BS in Political Science, Philosophy, and Economics with an African Studies Certificate from the University of Pittsburgh, an MA in Philosophy from the University of Missouri, and a JD from the University of North Carolina School of Law. He has over 14 years of experience working on issues of diversity, equity, and inclusion as an educator, advocate, student affairs practitioner, and consultant. Professionally, he is the Director of the Center for Social Change and Belonging at Penn State University.
Most recently, Marcelius served as Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion leader at Bexley City School District in Bexley, Ohio. He previously served as the Assistant Dean of Students and Deputy Title IX Coordinator at Capital University Law School, overseeing the Department of Diversity and Inclusion.
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