Amber Hampton joined the Office of Diversity, Inclusion and Multicultural Education in January of 2017. In this role, she is responsible for outreach and partnership with students, faculty and staff to build intersectional programs and initiatives toward a more inclusive campus. Amber will also work with staff and students to create and assess strategic goals for the office. Amber supervises a growing team of Assistant Directors, dedicated to student advisement, programming, and support.
At the core of Amber’s professional and personal philosophy, is the belief that each person has the capacity to lead, we do our best work when in collaboration with others, and that we grow the most when we are in spaces where we can engage in dialogue across differing identities. Amber brings experiences from the Center for Leadership & Social Change (FSU), doing integrated work across leadership, social identity, and community engagement as well as experiences from the Center for Multicultural Education and Programs (NYU) with Peer Education teams.
Amber grew up in Cleveland, Ohio and completed her education at Capital University (BA – Spanish and Psychology), New York University (MA – Higher Education), and is currently enrolled at Florida State University’s PhD program in Higher Education and Public Policy. Amber’s academic interests focus on feminism and its role in public policy as well as non-traditional students. Amber enjoys writing letters, running, traveling the world, and spending quality time with her partner Jordan and their Russian Blue cat, Vladimir.
Contact Amber at 703.993.2700 or firstname.lastname@example.org