Sheila Radford-Hill is the Chief Diversity Officer (CDO) and Title IX Coordinator at Dominican University. Sheila began her career teaching African-American literature and composition at Roosevelt University. Since 2003, Sheila has been an executive in the field of diversity and inclusion. In this role, she conducts workshops on inclusive excellence for the Higher Education Resources Services (HERS), a women's leadership organization in Higher Education. Recently, Sheila has been developing content for diversity seminars sponsored by Academic Impressions. At Dominican, Sheila conducts workshops on culturally responsive teaching in conjunction with the BCTLE while managing the university's One Process system for resolving complaints of sexual misconduct, bias and discrimination. Sheila completed a BA at DePaul University and an MA at the University of Pennsylvania where she became ABD. At the University of Illinois, Sheila completed a graduate certificate in community development. She completed a Ph.D. in humanities with a specialization in education and gained significant leadership experience with the Illinois State Board of Education and numerous non-profit organizations. She is the author of Further to Fly: Black Women and the Politics of Empowerment.

Education 
MA, Major American Civilizations, University Of Pennsylvania
BA, English, Depaul University

 

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