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DEI Partners

The DEI Partners’ Group is a coalition of Drexel community members (faculty, professional staff, students and alumni), who either have a formal role in diversity, equity, inclusion and belonging, and/or lead DEI committees and/or groups in their academic and administrative unit.

The group, which meets every other month during the academic year, aims to build coalition through information sharing, resource sharing, networking and collaboration to advance the University’s equity imperative and commitments to anti-racism.

Name

Title

Affiliation

Email Address

Brian Ellis, PhD Associate Dean of Program Administration, LeBow College of Business
Executive Director, Goodwin College of Professional Studies
Co-Chair LeBow DEI Action Group bre23@drexel.edu
Cara Scharf
Assistant Director, Community-Based Learning in the Lindy Center for Civic Engagement Unit Representative for University and Community Partnerships ces337@drexel.edu
Carrie Hutnick, M.Ed.
Associate Director for Community-Based Learning Unit Representative for University and Community Partnerships cah426@drexel.edu
Danielle Boardley, MS
Assistant Dean for Diversity, Inclusion, and Student Life Chair, Diversity and Inclusion (DiveIN) Committee
Thomas R. Kline School of Law
dbl34@drexel.edu
Jennifer Carolina-Bell
Executive Director of Development, DEI and Community Initiatives  Office of Institutional Advancement jec368@drexel.edu
Jonecia Lewis
Associate Director of Diverse Alumni Engagement
Office of Institutional Advancement
jl3924@drexel.edu
Joseph H. Hancock II, Ph.D
Program Director and Professor Retail & Merchandising LGBTQIA Representation, Women & Gender Studies, Design & Merchandising, and Retail & Merchandising jhh33@drexel.edu
Kathrine L. Choy, MS
Assistant Director, Talent Development Unit Representative for DEI Partners in Drexel Human Resources klc323@drexel.edu
Marie Fazio
Assistant Dean, Operations & Faculty Affairs Areas of responsibility: operations, faculty affairs, DEI and corporate partners for the College of Computing and Informatics mtf25@drexel.edu
Monét Harbison, MS
Interim Director of Research Compliance and Interim Research Integrity Officer
Chair, Office of Research and Innovation Diversity Inclusion Committee
mf72@drexel.edu
Nicole Dalberto, MS
Director of Career Services and Strategic Initiatives Steinbright Career Development Center, Drexel University nmn38@drexel.edu
Pablo Molina, DLS
Associate Vice President and Chief Information Security Officer President, Bienvenidos Colleague Resource Group pg477@drexel.edu
Rebecca Weidensaul, PhD
Assistant Vice President for Inter-College Advising & Center for Learning and Academic Success Services 

Areas of responsibility:

  • Center for Learning and Academic Success Services 
  • Center for Military and Veteran Services 
  • Inter-College Advising 
  • Louis Stokes Alliance for Minority Participation and Bridge to the Doctorate
weidenrl@drexel.edu
Robia Smith-Herman, MSS, LCSW
Staff Therapist, Embedded BIPOC Specialist
Counseling Center/Center for Black Culture
 rs3693@drexel.edu
Susan Hackett
Talent Development Partner Human Resources sth37@drexel.edu
Tainesha Ware, MPH Program Coordinator, DEI and New Initiatives Drexel Libraries tmw47@drexel.edu
Terrance I. Harris, M.Ed. Director of Diversity, Equity, & inclusion for the College of Engineering Unit Representative for DEI Partners tih29@drexel.edu
Vanessa Cohen, EdD
Director, Office of Disability Resources & ADA Coordinator Graduate College Diversity Advisory Council Member vmc59@drexel.edu
Veronica Carey, PhD, MHS, CPRP
Assistant Dean of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion
Associate Clinical Professor Behavioral Health Counseling, College of Nursing and Health Professions
Chair, Board of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion vdc22@drexel.edu

 Please note: This is not an exhaustive list.

 


The DEI Partners’ Group is a coalition of Drexel community members (faculty, professional staff, students and alumni), who either have a formal role in DEIB (diversity, equity, inclusion and belonging), and/or lead DEI committees and/or groups in their academic and administrative unit.

The group, which meets every other month during the academic year, aims to build coalition through information sharing, resource sharing, networking and collaboration to advance the University’s equity imperative and the work of the Anti-Racism Task Force.