As a graduate and a donor of our university, I take great pride in joining Lino A. Saputo Jr. and Andrew Molson as co-chair of the Campaign for Concordia: Next-Gen. Now.
Through my recent gift in support of the Gina Cody School for Engineering and Computer Science, I wanted to give back to a school that has done so much for me as a professional.
By joining the Campaign for Concordia, I want to give back to the next generation of students — and encourage others to give back.
As an engineer, as a woman and as an immigrant, I want to help break down barriers for students coming after me. My goal is to advance equity, diversity and inclusion.
Our world is in the midst of its fourth industrial revolution. To respond to our new reality — full of promise and risk — Concordia is rethinking the role of universities.
Donors to our campaign can help the university advance its mission. The Campaign for Concordia proposes solutions that will allow our graduates to thrive in our altered landscape.
I hope you join us. Together, we can support the next generation of students.
Gina Parvaneh Cody, MEng 81, PhD 89
Co-chair, The Campaign for Concordia
Benefactor, Gina Cody School of Engineering and Computer Science
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