Kelley C. Kimple, Ed.D.Kelley Kimple

Director, Office of Multicultural Affairs
Armstrong Student Center Office 2032A
Email: | Office: 513-529-3843
Gender Pronouns: She/her/hers

Kelley Kimple was born and raised in St. Louis, MO, where her family still resides. She received her Bachelor of Arts in Sociology from Drake University in Des Moines, IA and her Master of Arts degree in Education Administration with an emphasis on Higher Education from the University of Missouri at Kansas City in Kansas City, MO. Kelley received her Doctorate of Education degree from the University of Mary Hardin Baylor in Educational Leadership in Belton, TX.

She is a proud member of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. Kelley joined the Miami family on Aug. 18, 2016. She is looking forward to building relationships with the students, staff and faculty at Miami University. 

Jane GoettschJane Goettsch

Director, Women*s Center
Armstrong Student Center Suite 3012
Email: | Office: 513-529-1511
Gender Pronouns: She/her/hers

Jane Goettsch graduated from Iowa State University with a Bachelor of Science degree in sociology and philosophy and a Master of Science degree in sociology. Jane joined the Miami staff in 1985 as coordinator of women's programs in the Student Affairs Division. She became director of the Women*s Center July 1, 1999. Jane served for many years on the Executive Board of the American Council on Education Women's Network Ohio and continues to serve on the steering committee of the regional Women’s Institute for Leadership Development (WILD). Jane is passionate about empowering women through leadership development. In 2015 Jane was recognized for her work with a Lifetime Achievement Award from the National Women’s Studies Association Women’s Centers Committee.

Corrine WitherspoonCorinne Witherspoon

Associate Director, Diversity Affairs
Armstrong Student Center Office 2032
Email: | Office: 513-529-6506
Gender Pronouns: She/her/hers

Corrine “C.J.” Witherspoon, joined the ODA staff in the summer of 2017. C.J. received her Bachelor of Arts degree from Miami University in 2003 with majors in both English and Black World Studies, and her Master of Education degree in College Student Personnel from The Ohio University in 2005. C.J. is a second generation student affairs practitioner, and a Miami Legacy. She enjoys organizing, reading, traveling, and cooking in her spare time and is currently serving as the president for the Miami Black Alumni Advisory Committee and volunteers for her beloved sorority, Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc.

C.J. is dedicated to helping others with their holistic and professional development journeys. C.J. is currently pursuing her doctorate in Educational Leadership from Northern Kentucky University. Her research interests are mentoring, retention, dialogue and self-authorship.

Hannah ThompsonHannah Thompson

Associate Director, LGBTQ* Services
Armstrong Student Center Office 3012
Email: | Office: 513-529-6510
Gender Pronouns: She/her/hers

Hannah Thompson obtained her Bachelor of Science in Education from Loyola University Chicago and her Master of Arts in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Xavier University. She is a Licensed Professional Counselor in the state of Ohio. Hannah started her career in higher education working with first-generation college students in a grant-funded program at Xavier, which fueled her passion for working towards making higher education a more equitable and inclusive environment where ALL students feel welcome and supported and find success. She is dedicated to building relationships and community and advocating for gender and sexuality rights. Her interests include spending time with family and friends, local restaurants and businesses, art, music, theater, social justice and activism. Hannah joined the Miami family in June 2017.

Julian OliverJulian Oliver

Assistant Director for Diverse Student Development
Armstrong Student Center Office 3032A
Email: | Office: 513-529-6511
Gender Pronouns: He/him/his

Julian Oliver is a two-time graduate of Wright State University where he earned his Bachelors of Science in Athletic Training/Sports Medicine and his Masters of Education in Student Affairs. Julian has been with the Miami University Family for a number of years, beginning his career within the Office of Residence Life. During his time here in Oxford, Julian has fostered a genuine care, concern and relationship with the students he serves. Julian firmly believes that no matter what office or department an individual works in, the students will not care how much you know until they know you really care. As the Assistant Director of Diverse Student Development, Julian hopes to continue to build up young adults to become leaders within their future professions and their surrounding communities. If one wants to reach a destination quickly, they go alone; but if one wants to go far, they unite as one community and go together. And that is exactly the type of campus culture that Julian hopes to manifest as he works here in the Office of Diversity Affairs.

Rhonda JacksonRhonda Jackson

Administrative Assistant, Women*s Center
Armstrong Student Center Suite 3012
Email: | Office: 513-529-0628
Gender Pronouns: She/her/hers

Rhonda Jackson came to the Women*s Center in the fall of 2002. A Miami alum, she has been a Miami staff member since 1993. Rhonda has been the recipient of several awards: Spectrum Ally of the Year Award 2004, Women's Breaking Barrier Award 2005, Student Affairs Community Building Award 2006, Lavatus Powell Community Builder Award 2009, and Women's Leadership Award 2012. Rhonda currently chairs the 1809 LGBT Alumni Board.

Janine ToddJanine Todd

Program Associate
Armstrong Student Center Office 2030
Email: | Office: 513-529-6504
Gender Pronouns: She/her/hers

Janine provides clerical support and assistance for the office; while overseeing the daily operations of the student center and reception area, as well as the office budget. She started working in the Office of Diversity Affairs in March 2007 and has worked as a Miami University staff member on and off since 1979. After taking a hiatus in 1986 to stay home with her son and daughter, she returned in 1993 and resumed her employment through various departments such as Housing and Dining, Career Services, Honors Department and The Farmer School of Business.

In her spare time she enjoys decorating and fixing up the old Victorian house she shares with her husband, as well as aerobics and bicycling, growing flowers, cooking, traveling, and spending time with her family and dogs.