Director of Student Conduct
Dana Broadnax joined the Hopkins Community in September of 2017, serving as the Director of Student Conduct. In 2010, Dana began her career in higher education after serving seven years in the information technology industry based out of Washington, DC. As the Director of Student Conduct at JHU, Dana supports the conduct process for undergraduate students, student organizations, and all non-academic violations for graduate students. This role includes the training and development of hearing boards, case management, as well as records and system management.
Prior to joining Hopkins, Dana was the Director and Chief Conduct Officer for Loyola University Chicago. Her experience includes developing student conduct policy and protocols that ensure compliance with federal and state statues, as well as the promotion of rights, and an ethic of care throughout the conduct process and crisis response. Dana has also served as a Title IX Hearing Board Chair and trainer, oversaw conduct hearing boards, directed case management, and served as a contributing member of the University’s behavioral intervention team. Dana’s approach to conduct is grounded in restorative practices. She has enjoyed working with critical campus partners to advance community development and enhance a culture of accountability, integrity, and engagement.
Dana’s objective is to serve and support the holistic success of Hopkins students by working in collaboration with others to create a supportive and rich environment that encourages personal wellness, academic achievement, and a responsibility to the betterment of the community. Ultimately, Dana’s purpose is to help students realize their dreams within an environment that is safe, inclusive, and just.
Dana received her B.B.A. in Computer Information Systems and her M.ED. in College Student Personnel Administration from James Madison University in Virginia.