Associate Dean of Students & Black Community Services Center Director
Dr. Rosalind Conerly is a scholar practitioner with over 15 years of experience in higher education. She has held roles in cultural centers and departments focused on Diversity and Inclusion initiatives. She received a Bachelor of Arts and a Master’s in Education from the University of Nevada - Las Vegas and her Doctorate in Education from the University of Southern California (USC). She regularly presents at national conferences and facilitates workshops focused on developing cultural centers and diversity, equity, and inclusion strategy. Prior to Stanford, she was the Director of the Center for Black Cultural and Student Affairs at USC.
Assistant Dean/Associate Director
Dom a budding researcher, with a strong focus on practice. She went to Tufts University and earned a BA in Child Development and American Studies, then went to the Boston College School of Social Work and earned a Master in Social Work, with a concentration in Child, Youth, and Family support. After working in non-profit, education access and equity, social work/therapeutic support, Dom wanted to support Black students in higher education through developmental support, so she returned to Tufts and earned a Masters in Diversity and Inclusion Leadership, with a concentration in Higher Education this past Spring. Mental health is very important to her, as is leadership development, so Dom I created a career where she can support Black students at PWI to thrive in spaces that were not intended for them.
Graduate Scholar in Residence