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About the Office


Welcome from Dr. Robin R. Means ColemanDr. Means Coleman speaking about Horror Noir at the Queen Theatre in Bryan, TX
Vice President and Associate Provost for Diversity
Professor, Communication

The Office for Diversity website is a living space that will make transparent, on our website and in practice, where we have been and where we are going, as it pertains to diversity. This site is an important resource and tool for individuals, groups, and units who support inclusion at Texas A&M. The Office for Diversity quite sincerely wants to make the lives and experiences of Aggies better. Partnerships are key, and we welcome collaborations with those who share in advancing our goals of diversity, inclusion, and equity, and holding us all accountable to meet these goals.

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The Office for Diversity's Mission

The mission of the Office for Diversity is to implement and coordinate Texas A&M University’s Diversity Plan by providing leadership and support to the academic and administrative units as they embed diversity and inclusion in academic and institutional excellence. The Office for Diversity works to advance accountability, campus climate, and equity across the university while resisting racism, bias, and discrimination.  

Organization Chart

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Organizational Chart PDF (PDF Reader) - Current as of 11/17/2020

Contact Us

Office for Diversity
Texas A&M University 
Jack K. Williams Administration Building, Suite 001
1360 TAMU
College Station, Texas 77843-1360
Phone: (979) 458-2905
 

Staff Directory

Dr. Robin R. Means Coleman

Dr. Robin R. Means Coleman -- Vice President and Associate Provost for Diversity; Professor, Department of Communication

rrmc@tamu.edu
Bio: Dr. Robin R. Means Coleman is Vice President and Associate Provost for Diversity, and a Professor in the Department of Communication, at Texas A&M University. Dr. Coleman is charged with implementing the University Diversity Plan...
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Dr. Jennifer McGee Reyes

Dr. Jennifer McGee Reyes -- Assistant Vice President for Diversity

jlreyes@tamu.edu
Bio: Dr. Jennifer McGee Reyes' key responsibility is working with campus leaders to develop, implement, and assess diversity and inclusion strategies on campus. Furthermore, she provides leadership for the collaboration and integration of...
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Deyanira Ely

Deyanira Ely -- Executive Assistant III

dely@tamu.edu
Bio: Deyanira Ely joined the Office for Diversity in 2016. She brings to the Office for Diversity over 16 years of experience at Texas A&M University that began in the College of Education and Human Development in 2004. She has worked...
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Crystal Spruill Carter

Crystal Spruill Carter -- Communications Specialist

c.carter@tamu.edu
Bio: Crystal Spruill Carter is the Communications Specialist in Texas A&M University’s Office for Diversity. Crystal’s responsibilities include leadership and creativity in writing, designing, managing, and executing the...
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Dr. Gabriela C. Zapata

Dr. Gabriela C. Zapata -- ADVANCE Administrative Fellow

gzapata@tamu.edu
Bio: Dr. Gabriela C. Zapata is an ADVANCE Administrative Fellow in the Office for Diversity and Associate Professor in the Department of Hispanic Studies at Texas A&M University. Her main responsibilities in the Office for...
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Darby Salge

Darby Salge -- Graduate Assistant – Research

darbysalge@exchange.tamu.edu
Bio: Darby Salge is a school psychology doctoral student in the College of Education and Human Development. She is from Houston, Texas, and graduated from Texas A&M in 2019 with a Bachelor of Science in Psychology, a minor in Neuroscience...
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Anthony Ramirez

Anthony Ramirez -- Graduate Assistant

arramirez@tamu.edu
Bio: Anthony R. Ramirez is a Ph.D. student at Texas A&M University with an academic focus on Latinx identity and representation within popular culture. Other research interests include media representation of immigration and issues...
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Reedem Francis

Reedem Francis -- Student Assistant

redeem.francis@exchange.tamu.edu
Bio: Redeem Francis is a first-year student at The Bush School of Government and Public Service. She is pursing a Master of Public Service and Administration with a Non-Profit Management concentration. Originally from Crowley, Texas...
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Lawren Walker

Lawren Walker -- Student Assistant

lwalker113@exchange.tamu.edu
Bio: Lawren Walker is an English major from Houston, Texas. She currently serves as the Chair of Education for N.A.A.C.P. (National Association for the Advancement of Colored People) and serves as the Secretary for the Voices of Praise Gospel...
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Yusra Aziz

Yusra Aziz -- Former Student Assistant


Bio: Yusra Aziz completed her bachelor's degree in Genetics with a minor in Neuroscience. She is passionate about outreach in the community, educating others about social justice, and mental health initiatives. In her time at A&M she...
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Morgan Gimblet

Morgan Gimblet -- Former Student Assistant


Bio: Morgan Gimblet completed her bachelor's degree in race, ethnicity, and gender studies with a double minor in art history and women’s studies spring 2020 and is a former student learning community member. She is from San Antonio...
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