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IPC 2010 Organizing Team

IPC Advisory Board
Erika Camacho (Arizona State University), Leona Harris (The College of New Jersey), Lily Khadjavi (Loyola Marymount University), Tanya Moore (Building Diversity in Science), Nagambal Shah (Spelman College), Kimberly Weems (North Carolina State University)

  • Responsible for general oversight, use of IPC name, future direction of IPC and related publications
  • Board members may or may not be involved in planning for specific conference years
  • Board members have long term commitment to IPC

IPC Visioning Committee
Stacey Beggs (IPAM/UCLA), Erika Camacho (Arizona State University), Emille Davie (University of California, Santa Barbara), Angela Gallegos (Occidental College/Tulane Univ), Katrina Harden (Spelman College), Leona Harris (The College of New Jersey), Fern Hunt (National Institute of Standards and Technology), Marlisa Johnson (Mathtopian Prep), Andrea Hernandez (Columbia University), Lily Khadjavi (Loyola Marymount University), Tanya Moore (Building Diversity in Science), Omayra Ortega (Arizona State University), Kim Sellers (Georgetown University), Nagambal Shah (Spelman College), Talitha Washington (University of Evansville)

  • Responsible for creating the vision for a specific IPC conference year
  • Committee members create conference theme, list of workshops, panel discussions and potential speakers

IPC Steering Committee
Joy Alafia, Stacey Beggs, Natasha Brewley-Corbin, Russel Caflisch, Emille Davie, Angela Gallegos, Lily Khadjavi, Tanya Moore (Conference Chair), Omayra Ortega, Nagambal Shah, along with BDIS staff and IPAM staff to support.

  • Responsible for planning and implementation of IPC in a specific conference year
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Infinite Possibilities Conference 2015
March 1-3, 2015
Oregon State University
Corvallis, Oregon

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Conference 2010


“I was very doubtful if should continue striving toward a PhD
because I had one more qualifying exam to pass that I had taken four times already. But after attending IPC and talking to many of the very inspiring women, who were just like me, it made me see that if they could do it, I could too.

That June I took the test, passed it and even received a fellowship for the next year. I am extremely grateful to have been apart of IPC. It is an experience I will never forget.”

—Graduate student, Mathematics/Commutative Algebra

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