Uzma Chowdhury (she/her/hers) is a Program Manager for Workplace Dignity. After starting as a public school teacher in Newark, New Jersey, Uzma has accumulated 6 years of education experience, including launching the inaugural Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion department at a leading charter network. She received her BA in English and Political Science and her MA in Nonprofit Management and Public Policy from the University of Georgia, where she was a Graduate Assistant for The Center for Social Justice, Civil and Human Rights. She has worked as a Diversity and Inclusion Consultant and Anti-Racism Practitioner with organizations such as the Fanning Institute, Teach for America, KIPP, DSST Public Schools, Relay Graduate School of Education, oneTILT, and various community gardens and political campaigns. Uzma is a proud South Asian daughter of immigrants, Georgia raised and Brooklyn made. Uzma loves Georgia football, farming her own fresh food in community gardens, cooking, good books, and being outside as much as possible.