Tiffany L. Hamilton, Chief Diversity Officer
Tiffany is tasked with providing strategic leadership and administrative oversight for researching, developing, and maintaining a college climate that values and prioritizes diversity and inclusion.
Tiffany is a Buffalo native, earning her M.S. from SUNY Buffalo State in Student Personnel Administration. She began her career in higher education working the federally funded TRIO Student Support Services Program where she supported first-generation, low-income students and students with disabilities. Tiffany joined Daemen in 2015 and currently serves as the Director of the Arthur O. Eve Higher Education Opportunity Program.
In addition to her passion for opportunity, access and inclusion, Tiffany is committed to providing space where all members of the Daemen community will learn and grow into the best versions of themselves. She believes that open communication and vulnerability are brave, and will lead to greater opportunities for education and engagement.
Dasia D. Morman, Assistant Director of Diversity & Inclusion
In this role, she is responsible for developing diverse and inclusive programs, and cultural events specifically, heritage/cultural months, with the goal of opening communication, educating our community and providing opportunities for growth for students, faculty and staff.
Dasia Morman, a Buffalo native, earned her M.S from SUNY Buffalo State in Higher Education and Student Affairs Administration. She has experience working with underrepresented and marginalized communities and is committed to ensuring that all students have a safe and supportive environment where they can thrive socially and intellectually.
Bee Taylor, Coordinator for Diversity and Inclusion
Bee supervises the student staff who work in our Center, supports our Diversity Ambassador program, and coordinates The SPOT working group. Bee also works on creating a more inclusive and accessible website as well as ensuring that all underrepresented students at Daemen have access to the resources that they need during their time in college.
Originally from the suburbs of Detroit, Bee graduated with their M.A. in Diversity and Social Justice in Higher Education from the University of Michigan. Bee has presented their academic and professional research at conferences across the Midwest and has a strong passion for encouraging student leadership, identity development, and intentional collaboration for change.