Dr. Kami Anderson

CEO and Director

Company: Bilingual Brown Babies
Role: Session Presenter

2018 Conference Session: Women Supporting Women in Leadership Through Empowerment and Solidarity (Learning Lab 3)
2018 Conference Session: The Practice of Interrupting Microaggressions to Heal and Transform Workplace Conflict (S1-A)
2020 Conference Session: Creating Trust: How Black and White Women Can Come Together in Solidarity (S1-B)

Dr. Kami (pronounced kah-MEE) Anderson, CEO and director at Bilingual Brown Babies, is an interculturalist, scholar and language advocate. Originally from Milwaukee, Wisc., she has spent the past two decades immersed in languages and cultures. From working overseas in relief and development, to teaching language in the classroom, to molding future intercultural scholars in the lecture hall, Kami has always kept a tight grip on her passion and compassion for others and difference through language. Her primary focus is family empowerment through language with an emphasis on application and confidence.

Kami holds a bachelor’s degree in Spanish from Spelman College, a master’s degree in international affairs, interdisciplinary studies in international communication and anthropology from American University, and a PhD in communication and culture from Howard University. (For media and publications, please go to http://kamijandersonphd.com/publications.html)

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