Works as the Diversity Resource Center Coordinator at Mt. Hood Community College and describes herself on twitter as a writer, animal whisperer, traveler, master laugher, cross-cultural trainer, and sucker for days of yore. On her Linkedin profile it reads: "I am a strong and energetic facilitator of diversity and cross-cultural programming."
Presented a presentation at the Portland Community College Whiteness History Month symposium titled, "Why Is There White Fragility". During the presentation she explained some of the strategies for dealing with white fragility. “White racism is ultimately a white problem and the burden for interrupting belongs to white people” because “So often whiteness isn’t seen as a race. It’s like ‘everybody has a race’ or whatever.”
Melinda C. Bullen holds a job as "Diversity Resource Center Coordinator" at Mt. Hood Community College, Oregon, United States.
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