Diversity Education Fellows

Founded in Fall 2020, the Johns Hopkins University Office of Multicultural Affairs provides a formal practicum opportunity for graduate students seeking degrees in higher education administration through the Diversity Education Fellows program. This semester or yearlong program will train fellows on diversity education efforts including: peer-to-peer programming, intergroup dialogue, consulting techniques, and strategies for effective facilitation.

2020–21 Fellows


Juana Hollingsworth, MSW (she/her)

(yah-na)
Morgan State University (MD)
Ph.D. Candidate, Higher Education Administration
juhol10@morgan.edu
LINKEDIn (Juana)

Meghan K. Marks (she/her)

(meg-hen)
Vanderbilt University (TN)
M.Ed. Candidate, Higher Education Administration
meghan.k.marks@vanderbilt.edu
LINKEDIn (Meghan)

Breydon D. Horton (he/him)

(bray-den)
Vanderbilt University (TN)
M.Ed. Candidate, Higher Education Administration
breydon.d.horton@vanderbilt.edu
LINKEDIn (Breydon)

2020–21 Fellow Projects

  • Expansion of JHU OMA SEED: Students Educating and Empowering for Diversity with undergraduates, graduates, and postdocs
  • Development of three-part U.S. Elections Dialogue Series for October and November 2020
  • Development of Intergroup Dialogue Pop Up Template to provide framework for responding to crisis/current events
  • Assist in the facilitation of diversity education trainings to JHU organizations, departments, programs, and offices.

For questions about the JHU OMA Diversity Education Fellows program, contact Emily Hickey, OMA Assistant Director of Diversity Education + International Student Engagement, at ehickey4@jhu.edu.