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Meet the people on campus leading the College's commitment to fostering a diverse and inclusive community.


Allison Dorsey

Professor of History
Trotter 213

Ruby Bhattacharya '11T. Shá Duncan Smith

Associate Dean of Diversity, Inclusion, and Community Development
Parrish 140

Anthony FoyAnthony Foy

Associate Professor of English Literature, Mellon Mays Program Coordinator
Lang Performing Arts Center 207


Karen HenryKaren Henry '87

Assistant Dean and Dean of First Year Students, First Generation/First in Family Coordinator
Parrish 130

Windsor Jordan Jr. '07Windsor Jordan Jr. ‘07

Assistant Dean of Admissions, Director of Multicultural Recruitment
Parrish Hall

Dion LewisDion Lewis

Assistant Dean and Director of the Black Cultural Center, Interim Director of the Intercultural Center

Jennifer Marks-GoldJennifer Marks-Gold

Director of International Student Services, Undocumented Student Services Coordinator
Parrish 126

Andrew MoeAndrew Moe

Senior Assistant Dean, Director of Access and Programming
Parrish Hall

Umar Abdul Rahman​Umar Abdul Rahman

​Muslim Student Advisor
Bond 200

Michael RambergMichael Ramberg

Jewish Student Advisor
Bond 21


Nyk RobertsonNyk Robertson

Interim Asst Director, Intercultural Center
Clothier IC

Sunka Simon​Sunka Simon

Associate Provost for Faculty Development
Professor, German Studies and Film and Media Studies
Kohlberg 312

Susan SmytheSusan Smythe

ADA Program Manager/Senior Project Manager
Services Building

Joyce TompkinsJoyce Tompkins

Religious and Spiritual Life Advisor
Bond 202

Amy Vollmer

Amy Vollmer

Isaac H. Clothier Jr. Professor of Biology, Director of Summer Scholars Program
Martin 310A

Expanding Access: First-Gen Faculty and Staff Speak

Swarthmore faculty and staff members reflect on their experiences as first-generation and low-income students, which drives their dedication to today's students.


Diversity: The Key to Discovering New Knowledge

In an op-ed at the Philadelphia Inquirer, President Valerie Smith writes, "We do not commit to diversifying our institutions out of a charitable impulse to uplift the underserved. Certainly, opening our institutions to students from underrepresented communities will improve their life choices and inspire others to follow in their footsteps. But the process of change goes both ways. When we commit to diversifying our institutions, we improve our institutions as well."

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