“Nadia Bazzy is currently leading the University of Michigan Office of Multi-Ethnic Student Affairs as director. Bazzy’s previous leadership roles within U-M Student Life include interim director of the Sexual Assault Prevention and Awareness Center and assistant director of the Office of Student Conflict Resolution.”

“Bazzy’s experience also includes corporate, non-governmental organizations and governmental consulting around intercultural competency and inclusion. She also served as a board member for the Michigan Roundtable for Diversity and Inclusion and currently serves on the strategic and implementation team for U-M Student Life’s Intercultural Development Inventory.

Bazzy earned a Bachelor of Arts degree from U-M and a Master of Arts in conflict transformation and peacebuilding from Eastern Mennonite University. She also completed her post graduate certification in couple and family Counseling from Oakland University and is a licensed clinical therapist.”

Elger, D. (2007). “Nadia Bazzy named director of Multi-Ethnic Student Affairs”. University of Michigan.


This profile was last updated December 4, 2017