Dwayne Mack
Vice President for Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion

Steve Gowler
Interim Associate Provost

Matthew Saderholm
Dean of Faculty

Rob Smith

Rob Smith
Director of Academic Assessment

Scott Steele

Scott Steele
Interim Provost;
Associate Vice President & Dean of Curriculum and Student Success

Sarah Broomfield
Executive Administrative Assistant to the Dean of the Faculty

Sam Cole
Senior Administrative Assistant;
Staff Forum Co-Chair

Jim Strand

Jim Strand
Executive Assistant to the Provost

Susan Vaughn

Susan Vaughn
Executive Assistant to the Provost

Student Staff

Austin Brown

Hello, my name is Austin Brown. I am a senior from Mount Vernon, Kentucky. I am majoring in Business Administration with concentrations in Accounting and Finance, along with a minor in Economics. I first learned about Berea in high school, as the large number of graduates who lived in my community tried to persuade me to come here as often as possible. After a couple of visits to campus, I fell in love. What set Berea apart from other schools was the small campus environment, the quality of education Berea provides, and the fact it’s less than 20 minutes from my home.

Being at Berea has opened me up to experiences I wouldn’t have anywhere else, which has helped me grow as a person and a student. In my free time, I enjoy spending time with family and friends, studying politics, and the occasional game of basketball. After graduating from Berea, I plan to enter the field of Accounting or Auditing while working towards passing the CPA exam.

Nicole Itumba

My name is Nicole Itumba. I am a continuing senior working on a Mathematics Major with a Minor in Computer Science.

I am originally from the Democratic Republic of Congo, but am a Texan Resident.

After graduation, I am looking forward to working as a financial analyst in investment banking.  I currently hold the position of Office Assistant at the Academic Affairs Office at Berea College. My major tasks in the office involve conducting research and analytics. This is my second year working here.

The skills that I bring to the table include: a positive attitude, problem solving abilities, and the ability to learn and accept new skills. I am looking forward to continue improving my ability to work with a team and to learn new skills.

In Memoriam: Dzhoana “Joana” Ivanova and Enkhjin “Eny” Enkhbold

Two Berea College students, Dzhoana “Joana” Ivanova and Enkhjin “Eny” Enkhbold were tragically taken from the Berea community after a car accident on the evening of Friday, October 27th, 2017. Both Eny and Joana worked in the Academic Vice President’s Office.

Dzhoana “Joana” Ivanova was born and raised in Stara Zagora, Bulgaria. In 2014, she moved to Kentucky and began attending Berea College. Beginning in 2015, she joined the team in the Academic Vice President’s Office as Administrative Associate. She was a senior working toward her degree in Computer Science, with a minor in Chemistry. After graduation, she was planning to enter graduate studies. Dzhoana will always be remembered for her infectious laughter and her contributions to the larger Berea community. Her light will be missed.

Enkhjin “Eny” Enkhbold came to Berea College in 2014 from Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia. That same year, she began working in the Academic Vice President’s Office as an Office Associate. She a senior who was majoring in psychology, and had hopes of pursuing graduate studies after this May. Eny will be remembered for her smile and her hard work ethic. Her presence will be missed. Below is the short biographical statement Eny wrote for our webpage:

“Hello! My name is Enkhjin Enkhbold (Eny). I am a senior at Berea College majoring in psychology. I am from Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia. I love being outdoors, studying psychology, doing research on human behavior and attitudes, exploring, and getting engaged in adventurous activities. I came here as an international student with a passionate heart and a bright mind looking at my future with a smile. Berea College has offered me an excessive education that enlarged the passion of mine, developed my skills, and gave me new worldviews. I would like to extend my education and enter graduate programs in clinical psychology after my graduation from Berea College.”

A portrait of Eny with the city skyline behind her.