All Careers Considered: Using AAADS major to create positive change with Bianca Tirado

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Bianca Tirado graduated in 2009 with her degree in African American and African Diaspora Studies. Since then, she’s been making a difference in her community of South Bend in meaningful and inspiring ways. In this episode, she shares why she decided to major in AAADS and how it has played a meaningful role in shaping her identity as a young leader. She shares what it’s like navigating politics as a woman and how she’s been able to create positive change in her community. Spoiler alert: she’s also worked with Mayor Pete Buttigieg!

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