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Who Are the DEI Leaders?

Each area reporting to the Provost has established a leadership position to identify and articulate goals and priorities specific to their college or program, in consultation with their dean. These leaders will work closely with diversity councils, the Associate Provost for Inclusive Strategies and Equity Initiatives, deans, and academic unit heads.

Meet the DEI Leaders

BJ Bryson - DEI Director, College of Health and Behavioral Studies

Sarah Cheverton - DEI Leader and State Authorization and Compliance Officer for Online and Distance Learning, University Studies

Deborwah Faulk - Diversity Equity and Inclusion Faculty Fellow, The Graduate School; Assistant Professor, Sociology

Oris Griffin - Associate Dean for Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion and Professor, College of Education

Demetria Henderson - Director of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion, College of Business; Visiting Assistant Professor, Business Management

Karina Kline-GabelAssistant Dean for Diversity, Equity & Inclusion, College of Arts and Letters; Lecturer, Foreign Languages, Literatures and Cultures (Spanish)

LouAnn Lovin - co-DEI Director and Interim Associate Dean, College of Science & Mathematics

Fawn-Amber Montoya - Associate Dean of Diversity, Inclusion and External Engagement, Honors College; Professor, History Department

Meg Mulrooney - Senior Associate Vice Provost for Academic Programs and Equity, Office of VPFAC; Professor, History Department

Carole Nash - Director of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion, College of Integrated Science and Engineering; Professor, School of Integrated Sciences

Leslie Purtlebaugh - Diversity Equity and Inclusion Director, Student Academic Success and Enrollment Management; Assistant Vice Provost, Academic Student Services

Yasmeen Shorish - Special Advisor to the Dean on Equity Initiatives and Associate Professor, JMU Libraries

Susan Zurbrigg - DEI Leader and Assistant Dean, College of Visual and Performing Arts; Professor of Art, School of Art, Design and Art History

 

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