- Daniel Auber
- Advocacy Training
- Resident Director, UTC
Daniel Auber (He/Him/His) comes to UTC from Syracuse, New York with a pit stop at Oberlin College in Ohio where he interned in the Dean of Students office during his master’s program in College Student Personnel at Bowling Green State University. At Oberlin, Daniel discovered a passion for social and restorative justice. This passion was demonstrated through advocacy for student needs and concerns ranging from correct pronoun identification, victim advocacy education, and working with student with food insecurity. Daniel is tremendously excited to see UTC make campus history through the culmination of the first ever Inclusive-Excellence Conference!
Advocacy, it is the key to success when promoting social justice and inclusion in our lives. We all know the vital role advocacy can play when supporting those from oppressed and underrepresented identities, but HOW one advocates is often a question left unanswered. Daniel Auber and Tish Lyne have collaborated to produce strategies to aide student faculty and staff members to become successful advocates. Through this session attendees will understand strategies for informal advocacy, as well as advocating peer to peer. It is our goal by the end of this session attendees will feel more confident to answer the question “How can I be an advocate?.”