Office of Multicultural Affairs

Affiliate Trainers

The Bowling Green State University (BGSU) staff members listed below have completed the mandatory National Coalition Building Institute training and are members of the BGSU-NCBI affiliate chapter and are NCBI Trainers.

Ana Brown,
Residence Life

 

Sheila Brown,
Office of Multicultural Affairs

 Shai Collier,
College of Arts and Sciences
Mohammed Darabie,
Faculty, Firelands
 Andrea Domachowski,
Career Center
 Elise Draper,
Office of Residence Life
Jason Dunn,
Office of Residence Life
 

Leslie Fern,
Human Resources

 Yolanda Flores,
Office of Multicultural Affairs

Leslie Galan,
College of Musical Arts

 

Brigette Green-Churchwell,
Learning Center, Firelands

 Louis Guardiola,
Faculty, Firelands

Stefani Hathaway,
Counseling Center

 

Lesley Irvine,
Intercollegiate Athletics

 

 David Janik
College Access Programs, FIrelands

Kari Johnson,
University Libraries

 Derrick Jones,
The Arts Village
 Barbara Keller,
Community Member

Ian Lee,
Student Support Services

 

Rick Lofgren,
Office of Residence Life

 Emily Monago, Ph.D.,  
Office of Multicultural Affairs
Mary Murray, Ed.D.,
School of Intervention Services
 

Penny Nemitz,
Firelands-Learning Center

 

Deb Novak,
Office of Student Life

Sherri Orwick Ogden,
Cooperative Education

 

Ray Plaza,
Office of Multicultural Affairs

 

Jennifer Poggliali-Buening,
Office of Residence Life

Jane Rosser, Ph.D.,
Office of Service Learning

 

Cheryl Roszman,
Disability Services

 David Shanahan
Disability Services

Tim Smith,
Research and Economic Development

 Tobias Spears,
Office of Multicultural Affairs
 

Sakina Toyah Sackaloo,
Community Member

Jessica Turos,
Career Center

 

Cindy Valentine,
University Dining Services

 

Barbara Waddell,
Office of the Provost

Connie Weaver,
Office of Multicultural Affairs
 

Jane Wheeler,
Faculty, College of Business

  

 

“NCBI is an especially beneficial resource. For those of us seeking insightful guidance and effective strategies in interreligious, interethnic dialogue, this organization is invaluable.  Community activists, civic leaders, and those in the religious community will turn to this resource repeatedly.  It is simply superb.”

--Rabbi David Saperstein,
Director of the Religious Action Center of Reform Judaism,
Washington, D.C.