Director of Diversity and Inclusion
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Cecil has her M.A. in Counseling with specialization in LGBTQ+ topics. She has experience in student programming, management of multicultural student spaces, and significant experience in developing and facilitating training around multicultural topics. She has served as the Residential Life Coordinator at Stetson University for the past year where she has trained and supervised 24 Resident Assistants. She has also served on the Stetson University Gender and Sexuality Committee where she created and implemented the new Safe Zone training program, facilitated Safe Zone training, and serves on the planning committee for the Florida Collegiate Pride Coalition Conference. Prior to coming to Stetson she worked professionally at the University of Central Florida LGBTQ+ Services and Multicultural Student Center where she advised the multicultural student programming board and helped implement education and awareness programs on race/ethnicity, culture, spirituality, abilities and LGBTQ topics. She also volunteers with the Zebra Coalition and serves as the Director of Collective Cares, the LGBTQ+ Community Center for DeLand.
Assistant Director of Interfaith Initiatives
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Lindsey Graves is the university's assistant director for interfaith initiatives. She is primarily responsible for creating and implementing a comprehensive interfaith program to include guidance and support for the university's religious and non-religious student organizations. Lindsey holds a Master of Theological Studies degree from Brite Divinity School in Fort Worth, Tex. and a B.A. in Religious Studies from The University of Oklahoma, Norman, Okla.
- "Connecting and Building Peaceful Communities Through Meditation," The Parliament of the World's Religions (Salt Lake City, UT, 2015)
- "Transformation From Within: A Model for Weaving Inclusive Excellence Into the Fabric of a University," National Conference On Race and Ethnicity in American Higher Education (Washington D.C., 2015)
Athena Jeane Hale
AmeriCorps Member/MSC Programming Coordinator
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Athena Jeanne Hale grew up in Imperial Beach, CA. She is a Stetson alumna, with a B.A. in History and a passion for human rights history and gender studies. She is a spirited human rights activist and proud trans woman who will bring her unique perspectives, both historical and personal, to the Multicultural Student Council and the Cross Cultural Center in fostering a greater atmosphere of diversity and inclusion on campus. Athena sees her position as that of a bridge-builder. She actively works to build bridges between the MSC Executive Board and the MSC student Organizations, between the Organizations themselves with a strong emphasis on intercultural connection, between the Organizations and faculty members, and between the active students of the MSC and the upper administration.
Athena’s historical expertise is on the life, activism, and diplomatic career of Eleanor Roosevelt, the early formative years of the United Nations, and the Universal Declaration of Human Rights (1948).
Graduate Assistant/Peer Mentor Coordinator
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Haley is the coordinator for first generation initiatives. Through this role, she supervises the SU First program mentors and facilitates the creation of programming specifically designed for first generation students. Haley accepted this position in order to empower first generation students and the mentors supporting them. She desires to help students reach their full potential by building on their personal strengths and providing them with the necessary resources they need for success. Haley graduated from Indiana Wesleyan University in 2014 where she studied Psychology and Addictions Counseling. She is currently a graduate student at Stetson pursuing her Master’s in Clinical Mental Health Counseling.