Planning Graduate Student Honored with Advocacy Award
Regional and City Planning graduate student Daisy Muñoz was recently honored with a University of Oklahoma “Voices of Inclusion” Advocacy Award. She received the award during a ceremony on Wednesday, April 14, 2021.
From the Awards Ceremony
Daisy exemplifies a commitment to Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion through her volunteer work, advocacy, and leadership that has extended far beyond OU and into Oklahoma City. With a desire to study regional and city planning, Daisy dedicates time to serve the OKC community. Appointed by the Oklahoma City mayor, David Holt, as a member of the Citizens Advisory Board for MAPS 4, Daisy is able to provide feedback on social services, community centers, transit, and other key city-wide initiatives. Through her collaboration with the City of Oklahoma City, Daisy brings awareness to the Latinx community, along with low-income and underserved areas of our region.
Published on April 19, 2021