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Contact Us

For general inquiries to the Office of the Vice-President of Equity, Diversity and Inclusion, please email vpedi@uwindsor.ca or edi@uwindsor.ca.


Dr. Clinton Beckford (he/him)
Acting Vice-President of Equity, Diversity and Inclusion
vpedi@uwindsor.ca
519-253-3000 ext. 2018
Learn more about Dr. Clinton Beckford

Kayla Hurst (she/her)
Executive Assistant
kayla@uwindsor.ca
vpedi@uwindsor.ca
519-253-3000 ext. 2642

Marium Tolson-Murtty (she/her)
Director of Anti-Racism Organization Change
marium@uwindsor.ca
abr@uwindsor.ca
519-253-3000 ext. 2006

Daniella Beaulieu (she/her)
Senior Executive Director, Equity, Diversity and Inclusion (EDI) Strategic Initiatives Academic Initiatives 
daniell2@uwindsor.ca
519-253-3000 ext. 4835

Kaye Johnson (she/her/they/them/Mx.)
Executive Director of Human Rights, Equity and Accessibility
kjohnson@uwindsor.ca
519-253-3000 ext. 2056

Ola Adeboboye (she/her)
Intake Coordinator- Student Conduct
ola.adeboboye@uwindsor.ca ‚Äč    intake@uwindsor.ca                                                                                   519-253-3000 ext 2671

 

Kaitlyn Ellsworth (she/her)
Black Student Support Coordinator
kase5@uwindsor.ca        blackstudentsupport@uwindsor.ca
519-253-3000 ext 3443

 


Campus Partners

As an institution of higher learning, the University of Windsor has a duty to its faculty, staff, students and the broader community to strive to be an agent of effective change. We have failed to fully address the pervasive racial injustice that manifests in society and on our campus. The year 2020 represents a significant shift in the global conversation around Anti-Black Racism. Black, Indigenous, and racialized peoples in Canada continue to face oppression, and the work of eradicating Anti-Black Racism and oppression in all its forms on our campus is critical. The University of Windsor is affirming its commitment to challenge and dismantle systemic oppression. A truly inclusive future for the University of Windsor begins with our actions and choices today. We invite all members of the campus community to engage in this important work.

For more information, visit the University of Windsor's Challenging Anti-Black Racism website.

The Office of Human Rights, Equity Accessibility (OHREA) is responsible for education, human rights inquiries and complaints, ombuds functions related to human rights, equity and accessibility, government reporting, policy development, and any other matters requiring accountability in these areas at the University of Windsor. 

For more information, visit OHREA's website

This office exists, foremost, to provide support to members of our campus who have been subjected to sexual misconduct.

For more information, visit the Sexual Assault and Sexual Misconduct website.

The Centre provides support to Indigenous students reach their highest potential in a culturally supportive atmosphere.

For more information, visit the Turtle Island Aboriginal Education Centre's website.