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142 Sage Hall
Ithaca, NY 14853-6201
Phone: 607-255-0084
Fax: 607-254-8624
odi@johnson.cornell.edu

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Nsombi B. RickettsNsombi B. Ricketts
Senior Director
142C Sage Hall
607-255-2881
nbr7@cornell.edu
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Nsombi B. Ricketts joined the Johnson Office of Diversity and Inclusion in 2009. In her current role, she is responsible for developing the school's overall diversity and inclusion strategy, and leading initiatives to recruit, develop and support diverse students, faculty, and staff. Nsombi is the chair of the Johnson Diversity Council and represents Johnson on The Consortium for Graduate Study in Management’s Board of Trustees and the GMAC Diversity Advisory Group. Prior to Cornell, Nsombi worked at American Express and Kaplan Test Prep in marketing and diversity recruiting roles.  Nsombi received her BS in Psychology from Northwestern University and earned her MBA from Goizueta Business School at Emory University as a Consortium Fellow.


Keba RogersDr. Keba M. Rogers
Associate Director
142D Sage Hall
607-255-1617
kmr244@cornell.edu
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Keba M. Rogers joined the Johnson Office of Diversity and Inclusion in 2012. In her current role, she is a co-chair of the Johnson Diversity Council, ODI’s liaison to the Office of Student Services, advisor to Johnson’s diverse student clubs and lead for undergraduate outreach. Prior to Johnson, Dr. Keba worked as a Licensed Psychologist at Counseling and Psychological Services at Cornell. Prior to Cornell, she had a number of professional roles as a psychologist and in higher education. Dr. Keba received her BA in Psychology and Community Mental Health, an MA in School Psychology, and a PhD in Counseling Psychology and School Psychology, all from the University at Buffalo.


Babatunde AyanfodunBabatunde “Tunde” Ayanfodun
Office Coordinator
142 Sage Hall
607.255.0084
ba279@cornell.edu
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Babatunde “Tunde” Ayanfodun joined the Johnson Office of Diversity and Inclusion in 2013. In his current role, he is responsible for administrative support, budget management, operations and social media. Prior to Johnson, Tunde worked with Tomorrow’s Leaders NYC (TLNYC) as their development/communications manager and also established strategic partnerships for the growth of TLNYC. Prior to TLNYC, Tunde worked for several years at Syracuse University’s School of Architecture as a recruiting assistant and administrative support for staff, faculty and students. He received his BA in Sociology from Syracuse University and is from Brooklyn, NY.