GPSC LeadershipMeet the GPSC Executive Team
James "JD" DiLoreto-Hill
I am currently a doctoral student in the Public Policy program with a focus on higher education policy (more specifically looking at issues related to sexual assault, sexual harassment, and diversity and inclusion on campuses). I earned my Masters in Public Administration and Non-Profit studies from the UofA and my BA in Political Science from UMass Boston. I live in Fayetteville with my husband and our two sons ages 8 and 10.
Over the past three years I’ve served in various leadership roles within student government: the director of legislative advocacy, vice president, and now president. I also completed a term in January on the board of directors as the chair for social justice concerns for the National Association of Graduate and Professional Students, the largest graduate student advocacy organization in the nation.
I have the privilege to serve on the Chancellor’s Policy Advisory Committee, the Graduate School Dean’s Advisory Committee, the Office of Diversity and Inclusion’s Campus Preparation Working Group, and the Chancellor’s COVID-19 Response Team.