Jazlin Gomez Garner

Jazlin smiling, long blond hair and glasses, informal setting, blurred background
House Fellow
Lecturer and Pedagogy Specialist, Cornell’s Intergroup Dialogue Project
235 Garden Ave. CCC 119

Jazlin Gomez Garner (she/her) is a Lecturer and Pedagogy Specialist with Cornell’s Intergroup Dialogue Project. On campus, she leads classes and co-curricular programs that build capacity in areas of human connection, social identity, intergroup communication, and strategic change. Jazlin’s purpose in education is to support community building, critical consciousness raising, and engaged citizenship. 

Jazlin grew up in the Tampa Bay area of Florida and is an alum of Cornell, where she completed her B.A. in Sociology, English, and Performing and Media Arts and M.P.A. focusing on Human Rights and Social Justice.  

When not working, you might find Jazlin indoor rock climbing, searching for new trails with her partner and pup, or buying too many books at one of Ithaca’s stellar local bookstores or the Friends of the Library sale.