Center for Women at Emory (CWE) reports to the Provost’s Office and serves faculty, staff, students, and the community. We promote gender equity and inclusion, develop women leaders, and provide education on gender i
ssues. Our signature programs are listed here
Interim Director, Center for Women
Hello all! My name is Danielle Steele, and I am the Interim Director of the Office of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender Life and the Center for Women, in the Division of Campus Life.
When not at work at Emory, you can probably find me with my wife at our house in Decatur where I spend much of my time attempting, and sometimes succeeding at, home projects and gardening. On the weekends, we enjoy exploring all the area has to offer, from attending local festivals to hiking in state and national forests. We also like to get out of town to visit friends and family. Finally, I love coffee, so if you’re ever in need of a coffee break, I can usually find the time to join you.
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
Chanel Craft is currently a PhD candidate in Women’s, Gender, and Sexuality Studies at Emory University. She holds a M.A. in Women’s Studies from Georgia State University and a B.A. in Government and Politics from the University of Maryland, College Park. She sees herself as a scholar-activist with areas of specialization in US Third World feminism, hip-hop feminism, cultural studies, critical media literacy, and critical prison studies. She is currently completing her dissertation “Police Stay on Us Like Tattoos: Constructions of a Prison State in Hip Hop.” Her dissertation uses a US Third World feminist framework to analyze the ways in which hip-hop artists uses their cultural productions to construct their lived environments as borders between confinement and freedom. Continuing to blur the lines between activism and the academy, she organized the Runway for Peace as part of the US Social Forum, she is a founding member of the African American Studies Collective at Emory University where she was a part of the planning team for the Alien Bodies Conference, and she is a member of the Crunk Feminist Collective.
Tiffany Del Valle
Program Coordinator, Center for Women
Hey everyone! My name is Tiffany Del Valle, and I am the Program Coordinator at the Center for Women. As the Program Coordinator, I assist in the development and implementation of program initiatives focused on gender based education, women's leadership, and instituational transformation. Some of my responsbilities include:event coordination, budgeting, processing grants, marketing and publicity, and program assessment. I also work with our amazing students to bring their ideas and projects to life.
In my spare time, you can most likely find me with my nose in a book, thrifting for goodies (usually more books), or exploring the many restaurants of Atlanta. I also love to travel, write short stories, and video chat with my three adorable nieces.
I am currently serving my third term as President of the Georgia Women's Conference. I earned my Bachelor of Arts degree in English, with a focus in women's literature from Georgia State University. I also serve as a facilitator for diversity workshops and safe space trainings at other academic institutions. I always take a pedagogical approach to any project I undertake and I am committed to fostering a respectful, inclusive, and safe environment for the women of Emory.