Diversity, Equity, Inclusion & Belonging

Gonzaga University is an exemplary learning community that educates students for lives of leadership and service for the common good.

The School of Business Administration is committed to a culture of belonging created through diversity, equity and inclusion. What these words mean to us:

  • Diversity means representation.

  • Equity means all who are represented here have access to all the SBA has to offer.

  • Inclusion means opportunities are available for engagement that respect and appreciate differences.

  • Belonging means students, faculty, and staff feel safe and valued as part of the SBA. 

For more definitions of these terms, please see the university website.

ZagBusiness Belonging, Inclusion and Equity Committee

Molly Pepper

Molly Pepper

Professor of Management and Associate Dean for Undergraduate Programs


Maureen Duclos

Maureen Duclos

Assistant to the Dean | Engagement | Budget | Personnel


Dean Ken Anderson

Ken Anderson

Dean, School of Business Administration

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