In episode 113 of the Women Offshore podcast, Christine chats with Dr. Ian Wallace about the DEI council and how to move the needle towards gender equality.

Dr. Wallace is a licensed psychologist providing individual, couples, and group counseling, as well as referral, consultation, and training at California State University Maritime Academy (Cal Maritime). He started with Cal Maritime in 2013 and currently serves as the Director of Counseling in Counseling & Psychological Services (CAPS). During his tenure, he has supported cadet mental health from the health center to the classroom and on the Training Ship Golden Bear to short-term study abroad experiences. His areas of expertise include college counseling, multicultural counseling, and diversity-equity-and-inclusion (DEI) activities.

Dr. Wallace was past chair of the campus DEI council, program coordinator of the CSU Middle Leadership Academy campus initiative Toward Advancing Gender Equity, founding member and secretary of the Faculty Senate Gender Equity Committee, as well as co-principal investigator on multiple epidemiological surveys of cadet physical and mental health at Cal Maritime.

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