LEAD FELLOWS GRADUATE DIRECTORY

2017-2018

 

Bernard AndersonBERNARD ANDERSON, Ph.D. bea003@ucsd.edu serves as the Dean of Student Affairs for Thurgood Marshall College. In his role, Dr. Anderson is the senior student affairs officer of Marshall College, and provides oversight and leadership of a variety of functional areas, such as residential life, student organizations and leadership development, student conduct and academic integrity, Marshall College Student Council, and the students of concern team. A New Orleans native, Bernard earned his undergraduate degree in interdisciplinary studies with a concentration in business, urban studies, and sociology from the University of New Orleans; a master’s degree in higher education enrollment management from Capella University, in which he also holds a professional certification in enrollment management from Noel-Levitz Consulting; and a Ph.D. in Higher Education Leadership from Mercer University.



Cristina AparicioCRISTINA APARICIO cdaparicio@ucsd.edu serves as the International Admissions Officer for the Undergraduate Admissions Office at UC San Diego. Cristina recruits international students for our undergraduate programs at UC San Diego, she is also responsible for evaluating international applications while also working with our continuing students that study abroad. Cristina attended Santa Barbara City College where she received her Associate of Arts in Spanish and then transferred to UCLA where she received her Bachelor of Arts in International Development Studies. At UCLA she was also a Ronald E. McNair Scholar conducting undergraduate research with the department of History. She attended Cal State University, Los Angeles where she received her Master of Arts in Latin American Studies.



Adam BurgasserADAM BURGASSER aburgasser@ucsd.edu serves as Professor of Physics and an observational astrophysicist. He is active in addressing equity issues in the Physical Sciences, particularly the underrepresentation of women, ethnic and racial minorities, and people with disabilities. Since 2014, he has been co-director of the UC-HBCU Pathways in Physics program at UCSD, in partnership with Morehouse and Spelman Colleges. He co-organized the 2015 Inclusive Astronomy conference, which developed community recommendations for addressing equity issues at all stages, and presented to the President’s Council of Advisors in Science and Technology.  He was also the lead faculty organizer of the 2016 American Physical Society Conferences for Undergraduate Women in Physics at UCSD. He is former chair of the American Astronomical Society Committee on the Status of Minorities in Astronomy, chair of the UCSD Physics Outreach & Diversity Committee, and a Campus Diversity Coordinator. In 2014, he was awarded UCSD's Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action and Diversity Award.



Lovella CachoLOVELLA CACHO ldcacho@eng.ucsd.edu serves as the Industry Partnerships and Outreach Manager for the Qualcomm Institute, the UC San Diego division of the California Institute for Telecommunication and Internet Technology. She manages QI's Innovation Space, which houses over a dozen startup companies, and oversees the institute's outreach programs, such as the Summer Undergraduate Research Program. She has worked at UC San Diego since 2000 in various divisions and roles including lab manager, human resource manager, executive assistant and events and projects team manager. She received her Bachelor’s degree with majors in Molecular Cell Biology and English from UC Berkeley. 




Laura CervinoLAURA CERVIÑO, Ph.D. lcervino@ucsd.edu originally from Spain, serves as the Associate Professor, Medical Physicist, and Assistant Vice-Chair of Diversity in the department of Radiation Medicine and Applied Sciences. Dr. Cervino does both research and clinical work. She is the technical chief of breast and gynecological radiotherapy and also leads research administrative efforts in the department. Amongst other service efforts, she is the Chair of the Women Professional Subcommittee and a Board Member for the American Association of Physicists in Medicine. She has supervised multiple students, postdocs, and residents.



Anu DelouriANU DELOURI adelouri@ucsd.edu serves as the Assistant Director for Communications and Community Planning in the Campus Planning Office at UC San Diego.  Anu has worked on planning matters at UC San Diego since 2003 and in her role works as a Campus Planning liaison with the local communities of University City, La Jolla, Hillcrest, Point Loma and others where the campus owns or leases property.  In addition, her responsibilities include collaboration on planning matters with local and regional agencies including the City of San Diego, SANDAG and the California Coastal Commission.  She holds a Bachelors in Architecture and Masters in City and Regional Planning from Pratt Institute, New York.



Jesse EnriquezJESSE ENRIQUEZ j4enriquez@ucsd.edu serves as the Strategic Initiatives Admissions Officer in the Office of Admissions at the University of California, San Diego. His responsibilities include diversity outreach, recruitment, and yield of historically underrepresented groups to the University of California. He holds an M.A. in Postsecondary Educational Leadership from San Diego State University and a BA in Kinesiology from California State University, Chico.






Declan FlemingDECLAN FLEMING dfleming@ucsd.edu serves as the Chief Technology Strategist and Director of Information Technology Services (ITS) at the UC San Diego Library.  Declan started his career at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, managing the public computing sites The UC San Diego Library is very active in the digital library community, pioneering linked data concepts and contributing to the Fedora product and Hydra framework.  Declan is active in the technology and gender movement.  He has attended the Ada Initiative Allies workshop and served on the advisory board for the Leadership, Technology, and Gender Summit in Austin in 2014.  He contributes to Codes of Conduct and promotes their adoption for technology conferences.  He has also served on the UCSD Chancellor’s Advisory Committee on the Status of Women since 2015.



Anne FooterANNE FOOTER afooter@ucsd.edu serves as the Chief Administrative Officer of the Oceans and Atmosphere Section at Scripps Institution of Oceanography.   Anne is responsible for the central budgeting, financial, human resources, facilities, research operations and general administration of the section’s two divisions, Marine Physical Laboratory (MPL) and Climate, Atmospheric Science and Physical Oceanography (CASPO).   Anne came to UCSD in 2007 from Stanford University, where she was Assistant Director of the Stanford Center for Biomedical Ethics.   Anne received her BA in European Studies from Mount Holyoke College and her MS in Health Policy and Management from Harvard School of Public Health.



Tamika A. FranklinTAMIKA A. FRANKLIN twfranklin@ucsd.edu serves as the Director of Development for Physical Sciences at UC San Diego. She is responsible for securing philanthropic major gifts for the division’s departments and programs. Previously she served as the division’s Director of Alumni Relations.  Tamika also played a leading role in developing UC San Diego’s Black Alumni Council and Asian Pacific Islander Alumni Council, encouraging alumni to become active volunteers and donors. For her efforts in promoting diversity and inclusion, Tamika was a recipient of the UC San Diego Diversity Award in 2015. A native of Jamaica, Franklin earned a bachelor’s degree in government and philosophy from Lawrence in 2005. She is a member of Lawrence University’s Board of Trustees, and chairs the Advisory Board for the Zeta Rho/UC San Diego Chapter of Kappa Alpha Theta.



Pamela F. FrugePAMELA F. FRUGÉ pfruge@ucsd.edu  serves as the Chief Administrative Officer for the Colleges Business Office. Pamela graduated from UC San Diego, Warren College where she earned her Bachelor of Arts degree and went on to obtain her Master of Business Administration. Pamela has been a proud Triton staff member for over 27 years with experience spanning a variety of campus departments from Admissions & Registrar, Managing the UCSD Guardian to MSO for Education Studies (formerly TEP). Pamela has also chaired the UC San Diego Black History Month Planning Committee for the last 7 years, raising funds for student scholarships and highlighting the academic achievement of traditionally underrepresented students at UC San Diego.



Carol HobsonCAROL HOBSON chobson@ucsd.edu serves as the Business Officer for research units at UC San Diego and UCLA as well as managing an 8-campus research group.  Carol has been with the University of California for over twenty-five years. For the past ten years she has been with UC San Diego Advancement in support of foundation relations for academic units and multi-disciplinary research centers.  She has managed a broad foundation portfolio that included the Andrew W Mellon Foundation, the Alfred P Sloan Foundation, the Ford Foundation and the John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation.  She works closely with Advancement colleagues, faculty researchers, center directors and university leadership to assist the University’s transformational initiatives within the current comprehensive campaign.  Carol is a UC San Diego alumna completing a Bachelor’s degree in Visual Arts in 1984. 



Carolyn Huie HofstetterCAROLYN HUIE HOFSTETTER chofstetter@ucsd.edu serves as the Chair and Associate Teaching Professor in Education Studies. She works primarily with the Joint Doctoral Program in Educational Leadership with UCSD and CSUSM. She focuses on evaluation, assessment, and research methodologies, with special emphasis on the validity of assessments for English language learners and adult education students. Prior to joining UCSD, she was on the faculty at the Graduate School of Education, University of California, Berkeley. She has served as principal investigator (PI) or co-PI on several educational projects related to K-16 bilingual education, adolescent literacy with striving readers, teacher professional development, math and science curricula, arts-integration programs, GEAR-UP, and numerous programs serving English learners and underserved student populations.



Patricia MahaffeyPATRICIA MAHAFFEY, Ed. D pmahaffey@ucsd.edu serves as the Assistant Vice Chancellor for Student Life.  Her portfolio includes the Center for Student Involvement, University Centers, University Events Office, Associated Students and Graduate Student Association, Student Legal Services and ArtPower.  She earned her doctorate in Educational Leadership through a joint doctoral program with UC San Diego and California State University, San Marcos.  She currently co-teaches a Critical Issues in Student Affairs graduate course at San Diego State University and previously co-instructed an Advanced Study in Higher Education course for the China Scholarship Council through UC San Diego Extension. 



Gennie B. MirandaGENNIE B. MIRANDA gbmiranda@ucsd.edu serves as the Director of Operations in the IDEA Engineering Student Center, Jacobs School of Engineering at UC San Diego, with overall responsibility for coordinating, developing and promoting initiatives to advance the diversity, enrichment, inclusion and retention of all engineering students. Gennie is a strong proponent of taking a holistic approach to supporting college students, utilizing current literature in developing effective programs and services that promote the academic, professional and personal success of students. During the past 6 years, Gennie has focused on fostering community building and cultivating a sense of belonging among engineering students through her work at the IDEA Center. She holds a B.A. in Psychology from Macquarie University in Sydney, Australia, and an M.A. in Postsecondary Educational Leadership from San Diego State.



Jennifer OhJENNIFER OH jenn@ucsd.edu is the Director of Academic Research Personnel in the Office of the Vice Chancellor for Research. In 2006 she established the Office of Postdoctoral and Visiting Scholar Affairs that standardized operations, streamlined business processes, and provided a central, resource office to the campus community. She co-founded the Torrey Pines Training Consortium, which is a multi-institutional collaboration, to develop, coordinate and offer transformative professional development opportunities to postdocs. In 2011/12 she received the UCSD Exemplary Staff Employee of the Year award and in 2012 the Partners in International Education. As a proud UCSD Alum (Revelle College), she is committed to fostering diversity and advancing UCSD’s research and education goals.



Jesse J. RodriguezJESSE J. RODRIGUEZ jjr028@ucsd.edu serves as the Executive Director of Development in Health Sciences Advancement at UC San Diego. Jesse and his team are responsible for fundraising initiatives and strategies for a number of departments and centers within UC San Diego School of Medicine and UC San Diego Health. Jesse is experienced in health care management and fundraising for top tier academic medical centers. His areas of fundraising expertise include gift strategy, prospect engagement and cultivation, board management, faculty coaching, and leadership development. Jesse earned his BA in anthropology and a MHA in health administration from Cornell University. He also holds an MS in biomedical sciences from Barry University.






Carl Solomon Sr.CARL SOLOMON SR. csolomon@ucsd.edu serves as the Director of Environmental Services & Linen Services- UC San Diego Health. Carl is responsible for a diverse group of over 350 employees at UCSD’s Hillcrest and La Jolla medical centers. Carl was employed at UCSF Health System as Director of Hospitality Services from July 2008 to November 2015. Carl holds a Masters of Business Administration Degree in Management from Golden Gate University- San Francisco, CA, and a Bachelor’s of Science Degree in Operations Management from Northern Illinois University- DeKalb, IL. Carl currently serves as a Board Advisory Council Member for The Association for the Healthcare Environment (American Hospital Association), and holds Certification and Fellow status with this professional organization.



Alberto VasquezALBERTO “BETO” VASQUEZ alv002@ucsd.edu serves as the Outreach Coordinator for San Diego Continuing Education (CE) where he created CE’s very first Outreach Department to boast their seven facilities, free programs and educational opportunities. He is currently employed with the Center for Research on Educational Equity, Assessment and Teaching Excellence (CREATE) where he spearheads UCSD’s efforts to increase STEM diversity, access and interest to disenfranchised communities throughout Southern California.  Beto recently graduated from UC San Diego obtaining a Master’s degree in biology.



Heather VinogradHEATHER VINOGRAD hvinograd@ucsd.edu serves as the Associate Director in the Integrated Procure-to-Pay Solutions division of Business and Financial Services.  Specifically, she is responsible for the campus’ payables, travel and tax functions.  She also supports the Corporate Partnership Program, which seeks to advance the university’s mission of teaching, research and public service by improving service offerings, reducing costs, generating funding for university programs, establishing student placement opportunities and more.  Prior to joining the university, Heather worked at a regional public accounting firm in San Francisco where she earned her Certified Public Accountant and Certified Valuation Analyst certifications.  Heather received Bachelor’s Degrees in Accounting and Finance from the University of Arizona and her Master’s Degree in Leadership Studies from the University of San Diego.