Greg Boardman has spent his professional career dedicated to advancing student development and learning by engaging students in ongoing dialogue and reflection outside of the classroom, resulting in their growth as responsible and ethical members who can positively impact the diverse world in which they live.
Stanford’s Community Engagement and Diversity (CED) unit has been home to 10 centers and offices dedicated to empowering students to lead in a multi-racial, multi-ethnic and pluralistic society.
The position of Associate Vice Provost for Community Engagement and Diversity (CED) is currently vacant. In the interim, the centers and offices are reporting as follows:
The Asian American Activities Center, the Black Community Services Center, El Centro Chicano y Latino, Queer Student Resources, The Markaz: Resource Center, the Native American Cultural Center, and the Women's Community Center are led by Jan Barker Alexander, Interim Assistant Vice Provost for Student Affairs and Chair of Community Centers. She currently reports to Deborah Golder, Associate Vice Provost and Dean of Residential Education.
The Diversity and First-Generation Office (DGen), led by Director Dereca Blackmon, Interim Associate Dean and Special Adviser to the Vice Provost for Student Affairs for Diversity Initiatives, currently reports to Vice Provost Greg Boardman.
Student Activities and Leadership (SAL), led by Associate Dean and Director Nanci Howe, currently reports to Chris Griffith, Dean of Students.
The Haas Center for Public Service, led by Executive Director Tom Schnaubelt, currently reports to Margaret Dyer-Chamberlain, Associate Vice Provost for Administration.