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SASFAA Webinar - What’s Happening in Student Affairs

  • 15-Jun-2020
  • 2:00 PM - 3:30 PM
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  • June 15th, 2020 -- 2:00 P.M. to 3:30 P.M.

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Description: During this session, participants will learn about current trends in the field of Student Affairs.  This presentation will frame student affairs across a range of student needs and along the socio-ecological model as applied to a campus setting. Topics to be covered include: student mental health, interpersonal violence, diversity, and career readiness.


Bio: Christi Hurt serves as the Vice President for Strategic Initiatives at Cozen O’Connor’s Institutional Response Group and Margolis Healy.  Prior to assuming this role, she served in a number of leadership capacities at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, including the Interim Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs, the Assistant Vice Chancellor/Chief of Staff for Student Affairs, the Interim Title IX Coordinator, and the Director of the Carolina Women’s Center.

Christi has a depth of experience in building pan-university efforts to foster student success, ensure campus safety, and promote equity and access for all students.  Additionally, Christi brings more than 20 years of experience working on local, state, and national levels to eliminate interpersonal violence and develop responsive support systems.  She in a national trainer on building comprehensive solutions to prevent and address sexual violence, including childhood sexual abuse.  Christi also supports nonprofit and higher education institutions as they work to build their strategic plans, organizational capacity, and succession planning.  She frequently works with institutions during periods of significant transition to help ensure their growth and success over time.  She served as the Member Services Director, Associate Director, and Interim Director of the Washington Coalition of Sexual Assault Programs and worked with the National Sexual Assault Coalition Resource Sharing Project.  She started her work to end violence in 1991, when she began working as a crisis line volunteer at the Orange County Rape Crisis Center in Chapel Hill, North Carolina.  She earned her Master in Public Administration and her undergraduate degree at UNC, and is slated to complete her Doctorate in Public Health in 2021.

Christi serves as an adjunct faculty member at UNC in the School of Government, where she teaches courses on nonprofit management and nonprofit/government relationships. 

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