Leticia Haynes provides leadership to a team whose work is integral to all operations of the College and several strategic areas including teaching and learning, recruitment and retention, student relations, physical spaces, and community partnerships.
The team directs the Davis Center; Pathways for Inclusive Excellence; conflict management, grievance processes, restorative practices; and, lifelong learning educational programs.
As a member of the President’s senior staff, her work aimed at ensuring all members of the community are welcome, included, and have the opportunity to thrive, is done in partnership with her colleagues who are also members of the College’s senior leadership.
Bilal provides leadership to the Davis Center team and for its programs – which serve a majority of the student community. A senior student affairs leader, he advises students and student groups on their academic-social pursuits.
Bilal leads the office’s engagement efforts that support campus constituents, such as TIDE, a grant initiative that supports grassroots efforts to foster inclusion and a sense of belonging for all community members.
He also heads IDEA2, a space for administrative unit leaders to share experiences with their colleagues as they identify opportunities and promising practices in their work. In addition, Bilal helps lead the integration of restorative practices and dialogue work on campus.
Toya Camacho serves as the College’s Title IX Coordinator and ADA Coordinator for faculty and staff; and, she facilitates the implementation of the College’s non-discrimination policies.
She also leads conflict management efforts aimed at sustaining collegial, productive working and learning environments for staff, students, and faculty.
Ivonne García is the Assistant Vice President for Institutional Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion. She brings a wealth of experience – as a senior college administrator, professor, and community advocate.
Clinton Williams provides strategic direction and leadership in the development of initiatives and the coordination of programs that assist students as they move into and through the academy.
He is responsible for administration and oversight of several undergraduate research fellowship programs and co-directs summer and year-round academic cohort programs.
- Event planning and management
- Travel arrangements
- Liaison: Office of Student Life, Conference Office, Dining Services
- Database management
- Budgets and financial reporting
- Office management
- Website maintenance
Aly W Corey is Associate Director of the Davis Center for Inclusive Learning Environments. They joined Williams in 2021. Prior to coming to Williams, they taught Social Justice Activism, Race and Citizenship in North America, and Contemporary American Literature & Popular Music at Harvard.
Dre Finley is the Dialogue Facilitator at Williams. Finley brings a wealth of experience and will help encourage productive communication, support positive inter-and intra-group dialogue, and help develop and grow restorative practices in our community.
Natalie Montoya-Barnes is Program Coordinator of the Davis Center. As program coordinator oversees administrative functions at the Davis Center, develops and supports programming, communication, and student affinity groups.
- Administrative support to the Vice President, the Associate Dean for Institutional Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion, and two Assistant Vice Presidents/Title IX Coordinator
- Support the recruitment effort to increase faculty and staff diversity
- Committee on Diversity and Community (CDC)
- Toward (Greater) Inclusion, Diversity, and Equity (TIDE) Grant Program