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Sean Bennett

Vice President for Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion

As a direct report to the president and member of Hamilton’s senior staff, Bennett provides leadership for constructive and collaborative change, guiding and educating campus stakeholders and championing transparency and shared accountability for diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) initiatives at all levels at the College.

Catherine Berryman

Director of Community Standards


Catherine Berryman serves as the College’s Title IX Coordinator and oversees the College's Code of Student Conduct. Catherine coordinates the activities of the Harassment and Sexual Misconduct Board and the Judicial Board.

Allen Harrison

Assistant Dean for Accessibility Resources

Allen Harrison provides direction and leadership for the Accessibility Resources Office. He works closely with students and faculty to coordinate academic accommodations for students with disabilities. The office also provides student support in the areas of note taking, reading and writing for those with various attention challenges, print disabilities and learning differences. Through the use of assistive technology, students are provided coursework materials in alternate formats.

Paola Lopez

Director of the Days-Massolo Center

A native of San Juan, Puerto Rico, Lopéz attended University of Oklahoma and earned bachelor’s and master’s degrees in human relations with a focus on human resource diversity and development. She is actively engaged in the National Association of Student Personnel Administrators (NASPA), has served in various roles on the planning committee for the National Conference for Race and Ethnicity (NCORE), and is the recipient of the Oklahoma Gazette’s 2018 Forty under 40 for her philanthropic work in the community.

Having dedicated her career in education to advocating and creating opportunities for underserved and underrepresented students, Lopez believes that “… leading with passion, integrity, and service is what drives intentional community transformation and empowerment.”

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