Employee Resource Groups

Employee Resource Group Council Members 

 Michelle Gordon-Seemore

The Association of Black Faculty, Administrators, and Fellows (ABFAF) 
Andrea Kelton-Harris 

Harvard Association of Asian and Asian American Faculty and Staff (AHAAAFS) 
Varsha Ghosh
Margaret Okada-Scheck

The Association of Harvard Latinx Faculty and Staff (AHLFS) 
Jacobo Negron 
Dominique Bocanegra
Adriana Gallegos 

The Association of LGBTQ+ Faculty and Staff (QERG) 
Meagan von Rohr

Committee on the Concerns of Women (CCW) 
Akiesha Ortiz
Maggie Gates 


Harvard University's Employee Resource Groups strive to promote equal opportunity, awareness and understanding of our rich and diverse community that comprise the staff, students and faculty along with networking and social opportunities for employees. Please visit the links below for information on membership, events and more!

The Association of Black Faculty, Administrators and Fellows (ABFAF) strives to support and advocate for the University's Black community. ABFAF provide a means of communication, interaction and counseling for members through seminars, discussion groups, and social gatherings.

The Association of Harvard Asian and Asian American Faculty and Staff (AHAAAFS) provides opportunities for networking, career development, awareness, and support for Asian, Asian American, and Pacific Islander faculty and staff. It also serves as a resource for the larger Asian and Asian American community at Harvard.

The Association of Harvard Latinx Faculty and Staff (AHLFS) promotes, supports and advances the needs and goals of Latinx faculty and staff at Harvard University. Open to all faculty, administrators, fellows, and staff at all levels employed at Harvard and its affiliates.

The Association of LGBTQ+ Faculty and Staff (QERG) works to ensure that Harvard is a welcoming and inclusive workplace for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer employees. The QERG serves as a visible, accessible resource for LGBTQ employees and provides recruitment, networking and career development opportunities.

The Committee on Concerns of Women (CCW) is a University-wide group jointly sponsored by the Harvard Human Resources and the Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Study. To learn more, email ccw@harvard.edu. Subscribe to the CCW Newsletter here