Constanza A. Cabello
Constanza (Connie, for short) provides overall leadership for the Office of Intercultural Affairs. She partners on several campus committees and advocates for the needs of diverse faculty, staff and students on campus. Additionally, Connie serves as the Principal Designated Signing Officer (PDSO) for the College. She is available for advisement, consultation and training.
Connie earned her Bachelors of Science in Human Development & Family Studies: Social Policy and Planning from the University of Connecticut and her Masters of Science in Counseling: Student Development in Higher Education from Central Connecticut State University. She is currently a student in the Doctor of Education in Organizational Leadership Studies program at Northeastern University.
Patrick J. Hale
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Patrick joined the Office of Intercultural Affairs in January 2016. Prior to joining Stonehill, Patrick has worked professionally in higher education for seven years in residence life, orientation programs, and diversity education. He has also presented at local, regional, and national conferences, with a resume of topics ranging from restorative practices in social justice conversations to conflict management and resolution to career development for new professionals and graduate students in student affairs.
Patrick provides direction, support, and oversight for the many programs offered through the Office of Intercultural Affairs, including the ALANA-A Leadership Program, Intercultural Experience Program, dialogue groups, and heritage month programming. Additionally, Patrick serves on committees to support College-wide initiatives, and provides guidance and insight on how to approach serving students, faculty, and staff through a social justice and equity perspective.
Patrick received his Master of Science in Education in Student Affairs Administration from the Indiana University School of Education and his Bachelor of Arts in Sociology and Gender and Women's Studies at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. He will soon be returning to school in the fall to receive a Graduate Certificate in Educational Policy at UMass Dartmouth.
Mrs. McGovern is the backbone and glue of our office. She is the friendly face you see when you walk in, and the person who creates the warm and inviting atmosphere in our office! She loves meeting students, talking with them, and learning about all the great diversity each person adds to our community. Mrs. McGovern is an avid painter, dog lover, mom, wife, and grandmother of two active boys!
In addition to our full time staff, we also are thankful to have professionals, graduate assistants and interns who work 5-10 hours a week in our office and who assist in programming, advising, and overall student support!
Spring 2017 Graduate Students
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University of Rhode Island: Candidate for M.S. in Human Development & Family Studies, College Student Personnel Concentration
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Bridgewater State University: Candidate for M.Ed. Student Affairs Counseling
Directors: Jean R. Hamler (1992-2007)- inaugural director, Liza A. Talusan (2007-2015)
Assistant Directors: Ana Barraza (2004-2006), Fr. Paul Pudussery (2006-2008), Donna Vivar (2008-2010), Jacqueline Guzman (2010-2012), Tiffany Enos (2012-2014), Amanda Huggon- Mauretti (Dec 2014- October 2015)