Ayesha Rabadi-Raol’s dissertation is about “Learning from Immigrant/Transnational Teachers of Color.” Since the COVID crisis began, she’s reinforced that idea through a weekly show on TC’s Come Together site in which she reads from children’s books that address race, class, gender, (dis)ability, multicultural experiences and other topical themes.
Charmagne came to TC to fulfill her dream of becoming a physical therapist. She calls working in the College’s EXerT Lab “the greatest opportunity ever” — but after serving as Student Senate Vice President and working with homeless youth she’s decided to pursue a greater need to “give back.”
People always told Cindy Ling that she’s be a great businesswoman — and she proved them right, moving rapidly up the corporate ladder. But her heart lay in education — and her skills in building productive relationships have proved useful in her new career path: school counseling.
As someone who has come out as queer, transgender and as being on the autism spectrum, Dylan Kapit possesses an especially broad capacity for empathy and understanding — qualities essential to a teacher's ability to connect with students.