Jellema Stewart currently serves as the Director for the Center of Multicultural Affairs (CMA). In this position she has administrative responsibility for programs and services for the CMA as well as the diversity training workshops for students and staff on campus.
Earning both a Bachelor of Science degree in Sociology and a Master of Science degree in Higher Education and Student Affairs Administration (HESAA) from Buffalo State College; Ms. Stewart has been involved in higher education for many years. Prior to coming to SUNY Fredonia, Ms. Stewart worked in the Department of Pediatric Medicine at the University of Maryland, Baltimore as a Research Assistant and most recently served as a Complex Director in Residence Life at Buffalo State College. Ms. Stewart has worked with diverse student populations for most of her career and is passionate about supporting the development of globally minded leaders of all backgrounds while fostering a strong sense of community at SUNY Fredonia.
Ms. Stewart welcomes all students to stop by the office to discuss concerns related to diversity and to discuss how students and faculty/staff can become active participants in joint campus/community activities. You can contact Jellema at: Jellema.Stewart@fredonia.edu
Kim Miller currently serves as the secretary for the Center for Multicultural Affairs (CMA). She recently graduated with an Associate’s degree in Interdisciplinary Studies from Empire State College and is now pursuing her bachelors.
Kim previously has worked in the Department of Corrections and the Department of Labor. However, she has spent a majority of her time here at SUNY Fredonia in various departments on campus ranging from the School of Music and Facilities Management to the Office of Admissions.
You can contact Kim at: Kim.Miller@fredonia.edu
Annie Connors currently serves as the Graduate Assistant for the Center for Multicultural Affairs. She graduated from Buffalo State in 2012 with a B.A. in Anthropology and a research concentration in Indigenous Studies.
As an undergrad, Annie served as the Vice President of the Anthropology Society at Buffalo State and collaborated with a variety of student groups while planning their culturally diverse events. She is currently enrolled in the M.S. program of Higher Education and Student Affairs Administration (HESAA) at Buffalo State.
You can contact Annie at: Annie.Connors@fredonia.edu
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