Tiago Forin has been an educator at Rowan University’s Henry M. Rowan College of Engineering for seven years. During his time he has taught design and global competency to Rowan’s underclassmen engineers. While at Rowan, he was the project manager for the National Science Foundation’s Revolutionizing Engineering and Computer Science Departments (RED) grant. This grant was awarded to Rowan University’s Civil and Environmental Engineering Department with the hopes that the department can transform into a more inclusive environment for burgeoning engineering students. During the lifetime of the grant he helped guide faculty to incorporate inclusive pedagogy into their courses and even developed some student projects that incorporated humanitarianism and the humanities. He also played a role in developing a DEI certificate training program for Rowan faculty and staff. Tiago is one of the faculty advisors for the Rowan University Student Chapter of the Society for Hispanic Professional Engineers where he focuses in career development for Hispanic undergraduates. He is also leading a course on the global history and development of engineering practice and hopes to develop more global experiences for students. Outside of Rowan University, Tiago is also a Safe Zone facilitator affiliated with the American Society for Engineering Education and gives seminars on making engineering spaces more inclusive for LGBTQ+ students and professionals.