Ms. Kylie Stamm joins the Office of Diversity, Inclusion and Multicultural Education (ODIME) as an Assistant Director. Her primary responsibilities include facilitating educational programming and support for students who identify as Asian American, Pacific Islander, and Native American/American Indian; coordinating Native American Heritage Month (November) and Asian Pacific American Heritage Month (celebrated in April at GMU); providing support for first-generation college students; and collaborating on intersectional programming to support for all underrepresented and marginalized groups on Mason’s campus.
Kylie earned her Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology from James Madison University, and her Master of Arts degree in College Student Development (Student Affairs) from Appalachian State University. Her experience ranges from student organization advising, student leadership development, and multicultural student development.
Kylie is a true Myers-Briggs INFP and practices yoga in her down time. She is Filipino American and was born on the west coast in Washington. Kylie has moved around throughout her childhood between Illinois, North Carolina, Guam, and Virginia because of her military family, though she claims Virginia as her home state.
Contact Kylie at 703.993.2700 or e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org