For more information about Diversity & Inclusion
Champlain College is committed to working strategically to create an inclusive community where all stakeholders feel cared for and a sense of belonging.
The Diversity Council is chaired by the Vice President of Student Affairs and Institutional Diversity & Inclusion, who serves in an advisory capacity to the College President.
The Council's primary role is to help shape and guide deliberate institutional strategy and planning, helping the institution provide comprehensive leadership and investments in diversity and inclusion throughout the College.
The Diversity Council will convene subcommittees or working groups and, as necessary, delegate consideration of topics to existing committees or groups.
The Diversity Council is chaired by Dr. Angela Batista, Vice President of Student Affairs and Institutional Diversity & Inclusion.
|Angela Batista||Vice President of Student Affairs and Institutional Diversity & Inclusion|
|Jennifer Archambault||Director, Talent and Engagement and People Center|
|Danelle Berube||Director of Residential Life and Community Standards and Title IX Coordinator|
|Kiana Best||Student Government Association (Diversity Director)|
|Lisa Bunders||Vice President Enrollment Management (Cabinet representative)|
|Cathy Duffy||Associate Professor, Robert P. Stiller School of Business|
|Meghan Haley||Assistant Vice President, Marketing Enrollment Management|
|Jennifer Jang||Associate Director of Student Diversity Programs, Division of Student Life|
|Isabella Jeso||Senior Academic & Student Services Advisor, Adjunct Faculty, Champlain College Online|
|Howie LeBlanco||Admissions Counselor|
|Brian Murphy||Assistant Professor, Core Division and Chair of Faculty Senate Multicultural Committee|
|Mika Nash||Division Dean, Champlain College Online and Associate Professor|
|Eric Ronis||Special Assistant to the Provost for Diversity & Inclusion, Associate Professor & Assistant Dean, Division of Communication and Creative Media|
|Abi Sesay||Student Government Association (SGA Academic Diversity Representative)|
|Lisa Soros||Assistant Professor, Division of Information Technology & Sciences|