Center for Women Staff
Interim Director, Center for Women
Previous to my start at Emory in 2010, I worked as the Coordinator of GLBT Services at the University of Maine in Orono where I received my Master of Education in Student Development in Higher Education. Prior to my time in Maine, I earned my Bachelor in Arts degree in Psychology from the University of Tennessee in my hometown of Knoxville, Tennessee. In addition, I serve as the Regions Working Chair for the Consortium of Higher Education LGBT Resource Professionals.
Assistant Director, Center for Women
Tiffany Del Valle
Program Coordinator, Center for Women
Tiffany Del Valle, is the Program Coordinator at the Center for Women. As the Program Coordinator, she assists in the development and implementation of program initiatives focused on gender based education, women's leadership, and institutional transformation. Some of Tiffany’s responsibilities include: event coordination, budgeting, processing grants, marketing and publicity, and program assessment. She also works with her amazing students to bring their ideas and projects to life.
Tiffany earned her Bachelor of Arts degree in English, with a focus in women's literature from Georgia State University. She also serves as a facilitator for diversity workshops and safe space trainings as well as co-advisor of the Centro Latino at Emory. Tiffany always takes pedagogical approach to any project she undertakes and is committed to fostering a respectful, inclusive, and safe environment for all students at Emory.
In her spare time, you can most likely find her with her nose in a book, thrifting for goodies (usually more books), or exploring the many restaurants of Atlanta. She also loves to travel, write short stories, and video chat with her three adorable nieces
Graduate Student Fellow, Center for Women
Natalie is the current Graduate Fellow at the Center for Women and a doctoral candidate in the Department of Women's, Gender, and Sexuality Studies at Emory. Originally from Toronto Canada, she holds a BSc inGenetics and an MA in Women's Studies. Her dissertation explores what epigenetics -a field of study that examines gene-environment interactions and the mechanisms by which genes switch 'on' and 'off' - can offer feminism. Natalie is an enthusiastic advocate for science literacy in feminism and contact sports for women.