Jessica Baltazar '07, Gettysburg College
Tikvah Nadia Womach '07, Gettysburg College
Office of Multicultural Engagement
A discussion of conscious or unconscious attitudes and acts based on the belief in white superiority. Panelists include Gettysburg College alumni Tikvah Nadia Womach ’08 and Jessica Baltazar ’08.
Jessica is a mother of three. She graduated from Gettysburg in 2007 and from Columbia University School of Social Work in 2013. Jessica is currently a Clinician for a non-profit organization where providing therapy to unaccompanied minors. She has been working in this specific area for six years and passionate about aiding children.
Tikvah (Nadia) Womack is a Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor (LCPC) and an Expressive Arts Therapist. She received her Masters of Arts from Lesley University (Cambridge, MA) in Clinical Mental Health Counseling with a Specialization in Expressive Arts Therapy. She has concentrated on cultural competence, trauma, and experience include a wide variety of mental health settings. Tikvah currently works at Jewish Community Services in Baltimore, MD. Outside of work, Tikvah enjoys spending time with her family, engaging with her community, and dancing.
Baltazar, Jessica; Womach, Tikvah Nadia; and Office of Multicultural Engagement, "Exposing Racism Part II: Individual Racism" (2020). Office of Multicultural Engagement Events. 2.