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Meet Our Staff


Kevin Alexander ’13

Kevin Alexander ’13

ALEX Advisor
kalexand@hamilton.edu

Alumnus Kevin Alexander ’13 (he/him/his) returns to Hamilton via Utica College, where he served as a counselor and tutoring services coordinator in HEOP. He also worked as a college access advisor and helped coordinate community development projects in the local area.

Kevin said he took advantage of experiential learning opportunities at Hamilton by working as one of the inaugural COOP Community Service Interns. He also received several Levitt Center internships and participated in the Levitt Leadership Institute. These opportunities, he said, “allowed me to connect my on- and off-campus experiences in personal, professional, and academic ways.”

While a Hamilton student, he was a member of Opportunity Programs, BLSU, and a founding member of the Feminists of Color Collective.

Janine Oliver

Janine Oliver

ALEX Advisor
joliver@hamilton.edu

Janine Oliver (she/her/hers) moved into the ALEX advisor role after eight-and-a-half years at the Career Center. While there, she developed and managed the Joan Hinde Stewart Career Development Program, the Discovery Team peer advisors, and the career development curriculum. Before coming to Hamilton, she majored in English at Princeton University and earned an M.A. in mental health counseling with guidance counselor certification from the University of New Hampshire.

Janine’s previous roles as special education teacher, counselor, experiential educator, and confused college student inform her approach to advising and program development. Oliver was actively involved in the development of the ALEX program as a member of the steering committee and looks forward to bringing the program to fruition.

Hannah Stubley ’12

Hannah Stubley ’12

hstubley@hamilton.edu

Hannah Stubley (she/her/hers) is a Hamilton alumna who also holds a master’s degree in women’s, gender, and sexuality studies from SUNY Albany. She most recently served as an academic support center specialist, adjunct instructor, and developmental writing mentor at Herkimer County Community College (HCCC).

Hannah has presented at conferences and workshops on topics related to diversity and inclusion, served on the CNY Alliance of LBGTQ College and Organizational Representatives, and was a member of HCCC’s equity council and FYE (First Year Experience) working group. She also planned and facilitated a summer bridge program for first-year students, and has experience with the Starfish student support software platform being used by the ALEX program.

Kathy Wolfe

Kathy Wolfe

Dean of Engaged Education
kwolfe@hamilton.edu

Kathy Wolfe (she/her/hers) joined Hamilton in July, after serving most recently as dean of undergraduate programs and professor of English at her alma mater, Nebraska Wesleyan University in Lincoln. She was an interim vice president in the office of Integrative Liberal Learning and the Global Commons at the Association of American Colleges and Universities, and continues to consult for the AAC&U Summer Institute on Integrative Learning and Signature Work.

Hamilton’s first dean of engaged education holds a doctorate in English from Texas Christian University. Her teaching interests include writing, rhetoric, linguistics, history of English, environmental literature, and seminars for first-year and transfer students. She has taught for 27 years and has spent nine years in administrative roles.

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