December 7, 2021
Spotlight on Monika Ganguly-Kiefner

Name: Monika Ganguly-Kiefner Pronouns: she/her Current Town: Clarendon Years in VT: 18 years total (not consecutively) Industry: Public Health Profession: Chronic Disease Prevention Specialist for the Vermont Department of Health […]

December 6, 2021
Newsletter Vol 1 No 12

BIPOC in the Outdoors Our home state of “Vermont” is known nationally for winter sports, activities, and recreation. However, it’s important to recognize that we enjoy these activities on unceded […]

Spotlight on Hana Saydek

Name: Hana Saydek Pronouns: they/them/han/hana Current Town: So-called Cavendish, VT, occupied Abenaki land Cavendish is along Mkazatekw (the Black River), which heads east to the Kwenitekw (the Connecticut River) and […]

November 1, 2021
Newsletter Vol 1 No 11

November NewsletterThe Vermont Professionals of Color Network Relaunch! Vermont Professionals of Color Network has a new and improved website, with tons of new features for members and partners to explore! […]

October 19, 2021
Newsletter Vol 1 No 10

Honoring Indigenous Peoples of Vermont In honor of Indigenous Peoples Day on October 11th, this month’s newsletter is focused on highlighting the Indigenous Peoples of Vermont. It is necessary to […]

October 18, 2021
Spotlight on Chief Don Stevens

Name: Don Stevens Pronouns: He/Him Current Town: Shelburne Years in VT: 55 years Industry: Tribal Business name: Nulhegan Abenaki Organization Business website: What do you enjoy about working in […]

September 11, 2021
Newsletter Vol 1 No 9

Latinx Heritage Month September 15th marks the first day of Latinx Heritage Month.This month, we are recognizing, celebrating, uplifting the voices of Latinx Vermonters. Our September newsletter includes relevant events […]

September 10, 2021
Spotlight on Oscar Arencibia & Luis Calderin

Names: Luis Calderin (left) and Oscar Arencibia (right) Pronouns: Luis – He/Him, Oscar – He/Him Current Town: Luis – Winooski, Oscar – South Burlington Years in VT: Luis – 35, […]

July 20, 2021
Newsletter Vol 1 No 8

BIPOC Youth This month, we celebrate the hard work of BIPOC youth — from the ages of 16 to 25 —from across the state. Rather than our typical events and […]