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Faculty

Stacy L. Davidson

Stacy L. Davidson is an independent diversity consultant. Ms. Davidson recently was certified as a trainer through the National Coalition Building Institute (NCBI) at George Mason University. In her first year working previously at CNU, she was awarded the Exceptional Organization Advisor for her service to the Multicultural Student Association. In her spare time, Ms. Davidson is the Team Mom for her son's little league football team.

Dionicia Mahler-Rogers

Dionicia Mahler-Rogers serves as the Assistant Director for the Office of Student Activities and Leadership. She oversees the Leadership Program, Student Organizations and The Center for Service and Civic Engagement. She also teaches Leadership Style at ODU.

Cathleen Rhodes

Cathleen Rhodes received her M.A. in Literature and Graduate Certificate in Women's Studies from Old Dominion University, Norfolk, Virginia. She is currently teaching composition, literature, and Women's Studies while preparing to enter a PhD program in 2010. Her primary research interests include nineteenth-century women's writing and Victorian periodicals. She has recently participated in Women's Studies and Victorian studies conferences, presenting "Victorian Shapeshifters: Refiguring the Nineteenth-Century Female Body" and "Saving Face and Empire: Imperialism, Cultural Commodification, and Cosmetics Advertising in Late Nineteenth-Century Britain.")