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Kendra Danowski

queens nyc
Kendra Danowski (pronouns: she/her) joined Lang’s Office of Civic Engagement & Social Justice (CESJ) in January 2015. She designs and facilitates programs for Lang students centered on social justice theory and activism, supports equitable institutional change at the university, and collaborates with community partner organizations across New York. Among other CESJ programs, Kendra co-manages the Gural Scholars Program, Summer Student Fellowship Program, and Mini-Grants. She strives to create learning communities at Lang and across The New School in which students feel empowered and enabled to lead justice-centered lives. Previous to her work at The New School, Kendra spent two years at EmcArts, a nonprofit consulting organization that works with nonprofit arts and culture institutions to achieve community-centered organizational change. She continues to engage with projects on economic and racial inequities in the nonprofit arts and culture field, as well as community research and networks around critical mixed race experience and identity. She advises and leads workshops for student leaders across the US about how multiracial people navigate and are implicated in systems of power. Kendra graduated from Smith College, where she focused on American race and ethnicity studies and museum studies, and was deeply engaged with building activist and sisterhood spaces centered on supporting fellow students of color. She is a lifelong New Yorker from Queens.