The Difference Between Allyship and Inclusion

The Difference Between Allyship and Inclusion

Following the May 25 murder of George Floyd, racial justice has become a vital issue in American workplaces—especially as an adjacent crisis, the COVID-19 pandemic, has destroyed many boundaries between our personal and professional lives. When we’re all taking meetings from our dining room tables, the personal is the professional.

Dr. Melissa Terlecki earned her doctoral degree in Cognitive Psychology with a specialization in Neuroscience from Temple University and a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from The College of New Jersey. Dr. Terlecki joined Cabrini in 2005 and has worked on leadership initiatives the past 15 years. In 2020, she joined the Nerney Leadership Institute (NLI) alongside Ms. Anne Filippone as a Co-Director. Dr. Terlecki’s area interest is metacognition and self-awareness. She contributed to the first-year experience curriculum at Cabrini and teaches metacognition as part of the leadership minor. Finally, Dr. Terlecki offers faculty workshop on metacognitive pedagogy and works as a subject matter expert for NLI’s micro-credentials. Her research, teaching, and advocacy triangulate around self-leadership.

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