School of LER Outstanding Alumni Lecture —Dionne Wiggins
The School of Labor and Employment Relations is thrilled to announce that Dionne Wiggins ’13g will be giving the Twenty-Third Annual Outstanding Alumni Lecture on Thursday, November 3! Her talk, “The Journey vs. The Destination: Your ‘Why’ is What Really Matters,” is free and open to the public.
Dionne earned her master’s degree in Human Resources and Employment Relations through Penn State World Campus. She also holds a juris doctorate degree from Widener University Commonwealth Law School and a certificate in conflict resolution from Cornell University.
A staunch and passionate advocate for women, children, people of color, individuals with disabilities, and animals, Dionne is a dedicated leader with more than twenty-three years of combined professional experience in the legal, human resources, and DEI sectors. She currently serves as the vice president for people and culture at American Jewish World Service (AJWS) in New York City.
Thursday, November 3, 2022 at 7:30pm
HUB-Robeson Center, Freeman Auditorium