Daviree Phillip

Diversity and Inclusion Specialist, Assistant Director for Diversity Education & Director of A Different Dialogue Program

M.Ed. Higher Education Administration, Loyola University Chicago

Daviree serves the Georgetown University community as the Assistant Director of Diversity Education in the Center for Multicultural Access and Equity (CMEA), the Director of A Different Dialogue, and as the Diversity & Inclusion Specialist for CNDLS. For 8 years, Daviree has worked in Jesuit higher education, with experience in residential education, student conduct, and multicultural affairs. She completed her M.Ed. in Higher Education Administration at Loyola University Chicago, and received her undergraduate degree from DePaul University. Daviree works with students, staff, and faculty to enhance their learning about diversity and to promote inclusion through dialogue, workshops, and educational programming. In her capacity with CNDLS, Daviree is a part of the Faculty Initiatives team, supports Inclusive Pedagogy work, and directs A Different Dialogue. Daviree is also a member of the Provost Committee for Diversity, a Center for Social Justice Staff Fellow, and was formerly a member of the Working Group on Slavery, Memory, and Reconciliation. Her research interests include social justice and equity within higher education, student leadership development, social identity formation, and liberation theology. Outside of work, Daviree enjoys spoken word performances, farmers markets, and watching documentaries.