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Danielle Boardley to be Kline Law’s First Assistant Dean for Diversity, Inclusion, and Student Life

Danielle Boardley, director of diversity, inclusion and student belonging

June 28, 2021

Kline School of Law is pleased to announce that Danielle Boardley will become the school’s inaugural Assistant Dean for Diversity, Inclusion, and Student Life on July 1, 2021. Boardley is in the unique position of having started her tenure at Kline Law shortly after its founding in 2006, and she has served in a variety of roles throughout her time at the school.

“Danielle has shown both powerful commitment and wise leadership in every area in which she has worked in her years at Kline Law,” said Dean Dan Filler. “There is no better person for this job.”

Prior to her new role, Boardley served as the inaugural director of diversity, inclusion, and student belonging as well as a variety of leadership roles in the Kline Law Admissions Office. Through her work in admissions, Boardley helped create a variety of initiatives seeking to increase diversity and inclusion at the law school; these included the creation of the DiveIn Committee and the Stephen and Sandra Sheller Diversity Pipeline Program.