Nicole Hoke Wilson

Senior Director, SDS Homewood Hub

It is with great excitement that I join Johns Hopkins University, as the Senior Director for Student Disability Services (SDS), at the Homewood Campus. I was particularly drawn to this position because of the SDS office’s vision, which aims to create an inclusive culture that values disability as an area of diversity while ensuring equal experiences for all students. I have been working in higher education, specifically disability services, for many years, and I am deeply committed to promoting equal access, equal opportunity, and non- discrimination. Additionally, I have previous work experience overseeing code of conduct, behavior intervention and care teams, and campus wellness resources.

My educational background is in clinical psychology, and I have previously worked as a therapist for children and adolescents, providing individual, group, and family therapy. I have also worked as a diagnostician, conducting psychometric tests for the identification of learning disabilities.

I am originally from Harford County, Maryland, and I grew up in Havre de Grace, a small historic town. The name of the town, which means “Harbor of Grace,” reflects its reputation for antique shops, waterfront attractions, scenic parks, and trails.

I am grateful for this opportunity and am eager to meet and collaborate with everyone.