Office of Diversity and Inclusion – Contact Us

Turan Mullins
Turan Mullins
Assistant Dean of Students/Director, Office of Diversity and Inclusion
Mullins leads the University in creating a more inclusive campus by supporting the core value of Diversity and Global Awareness and implementing the Strategic Plan. An established diversity leader both on and off campus, Mullins has served as a Leadership Fellow with the National Association for Campus Activities. He is an alumnus of the St. Louis Business Diversity Initiative leadership program and a 2016 Focus St. Louis Impact Fellow. Mullins also serves on the Board of the Diversity Awareness Partnership of St. Louis and is on the executive committee of Friends of the Boys & Girls Club of Greater St. Louis. He was honored with the 2016 Outstanding Alumni Award from Mathews-Dickey Boys’ and Girls’ Club.


Tiffany Reed
Tiffany Reed (She/Hers)
Program Coordinator
Originally from Gary, Indiana, Tiffany Reed began her journey in student affairs at Indiana University Purdue University (IUPUI), receiving her Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice in 2010 and later receiving her Master of Arts in Higher Education at Rowan University.
In her role at Maryville, she serves as advisor for the Association for Black Collegians, Inclusion at Maryville, Latinx Student Alliance, Hawaiian Asian Pacific Islander Association and Maryville University gender and Sexuality Alliance student organizations. She oversees L.E.A.D Leaders for Equity Advancement and Diversity council. She has been able to serve in Focus St. Louis Leadership, and enjoys her community partnership involvement with Girls Inc. and Greater St. Louis Boys and Girls Club. She also supports the University’s strategic plan initiatives focused on diversity and inclusion through workshops and trainings. Reed is passionate about cultural competency and creating a space for all students and their journey here at Maryville, and as well as the St. Louis community in regards to diversity and inclusion.


Ashley Storman
Ashley Storman
Program Coordinator
Ashley Storman is from Davenport, Iowa, and received her Bachelor of Arts degree in Criminology in 2007, and her Master of Arts in Education with an emphasis in Post-Secondary Education: Student Affairs in 2009 both from the University of Northern Iowa. Ashley’s personal mission is to assist with implementing and developing programs and strategies that assist students holistically, while assisting students to excel at the postsecondary level. In her role at Maryville she serves as the Program Coordinator for the Multicultural Scholars Program. Ashley is a member of the Living the Word Church and volunteers for the Kingdom Kids ministry in addition to serving as an Ambassador for Kicks for City, St. Louis shoe drive.




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