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Nikki Livingston is a Marketing and Communications Coordinator for Faculty Affairs, Professional Development, and Diversity. She earned a B.A. in Theatre Arts and Drama at Spelman College.
Nikki's unique background in graphic design, copywriting, project management, and digital marketing enables her to support communication efforts through a wide variety of mediums. She is passionate about mission-driven storytelling and helping organizations connect with their communities.
Alvaro Tori, MD, recently named associate dean of diversity affairs for IU School of Medicine Faculty Affairs, Professional Development, and Diversity is passionate about making health care more inclusive and culturally competent. As a Latino immigrant and member of the LGBTQ community, his experience motivates him to foster an inclusive environment where everyone can see […]
Alvaro Tori, MD, has been named associate dean for diversity affairs at IU School of Medicine. An assistant dean on the diversity team since 2014, Tori has led a broad scope of initiatives spanning all three pillars of IU School of Medicine’s strategic framework for diversity: representational diversity, inclusive working and learning environment, and cultural […]
Javier Sevilla-Martir, MD, was recently awarded the 2019 Outstanding Community Engagement Award by the Indiana University School of Medicine Faculty Community Relations Committee. His concern for people continues to motivate him and is what encouraged him to choose IU School of Medicine for his residency, fellowship and career in academic medicine. Raised in the small […]
Shannon Jones, MD, medical director at Evansville Psychiatric Children’s Center (EPCC) and IU School of Medicine volunteer clinical faculty member, waited for many years for an abandoned trail behind the center to be cleared and reimagined. Thanks to Jones and learners at IU School of Medicine – Evansville, the trail has been cleared and will […]