The 2021 DivCo will take place from Friday, October 1 to Sunday, October 3.
STRENGTH THROUGH STORIES
October 1 - 3, 2021
Trailblazers like Herb Kemp T’66, the first African American to graduate from Tuck, and Pamela Scott T’75, the first African American woman to graduate from Tuck, helped pave the way for future Tuck students and leaders. In our 27th annual Tuck Diversity Conference, join students, alumni, faculty, staff, executives and attendees from all over the world as we celebrate our diverse stories.
Tuck draws students from all walks of life. Our goal is to create a community in which diversity is accepted and celebrated. For us, diversity means encouraging and including each person's ideas, perspectives, and life experiences. Please join us for the 27th annual Tuck Diversity Conference on October 1-3, 2021. This student run event joins students, alumni, faculty, staff, executives, and attendees from all over the world for discussions, networking, and mentoring. In addition, you'll learn more about our MBA program, the admissions process, and what makes our community unique.
This year, we are excited to share that the Tuck Diversity Conference will be held in person and virtually; our hope is that this hybrid model allows participants to engage with the conference and Tuck in the way that they are most comfortable. Please see our FAQ section for more information.
Past Conference Speakers
Mariana Garavaglia T’08
Chief People Officer, Peloton
Mariana Garavaglia T’08, has been Peloton’s chief people officer since 2019. Prior to that, Mariana was at Amazon for 11 years, holding various positions in general management, operations, and HR leadership throughout her tenure. She has scaled the organization from scratch—developing, implementing, and managing all aspects of a business—from business KPIs and performance strategy, to operations and system implementation, to people and culture strategy and development. She has had the opportunity to lead in companies experiencing tremendous growth, and her key strengths include building strong organizations, tools, and processes that scale. Before her time at Amazon, Mariana worked in public education, where she held various bilingual education roles for Title-I schools in Texas.
Ramsey Jay, Jr. T'05
Relationship Manager, North American Institutional Business Development at Ares Management
Ramsey Jay, Jr. is a Wall Street trained global investment management executive, and Founding Principal of Ramsey Jay, Jr. and Associates, a strategic consultancy specializing in institutional sales solutions, corporate communications, diversity and inclusion programming, enterprise leadership development, and executive talent management. Additionally, Mr. Jay is a self-improvement author of the best-selling book “Empowering Dreamers To Become Achievers”, an international subject matter keynote lecturer and empowerment motivational speaker. Notably, Mr. Jay made opening remarks at the White House where Former President Barack Obama hosted an event honoring the philanthropic legacy of Ray Charles. Mr. Jay earned a BS in Business Administration-Finance from California State University, Fresno, where he was a five-time all-conference Division 1 track and field athlete. Mr. Jay also earned an MBA from the Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth College where he was voted ‘Commencement Speaker’ of the 105th graduating class.
The Tuck Association of Diverse Alumni (TADA) celebrates its tenth anniversary this year. Tuck alumni are encouraged to join TADA for special DivCo programming beginning Friday, October 1. Learn more.