Meet Our Staff
Daniel Diaz Nilsson (He/Him/His)
As a first-generation Hispanic college student, Daniel understands the difficulty of navigating the college process. He knows how overwhelming it can be and the power additional support and resources can have on moving a person from struggling student, to becoming a star and mentor to others. Outside of work, Daniel enjoys time with his wife and daughter and has a goal of finishing a marathon (26.2 miles) in each state of the country (50 in 50).
Jessica Boling (She/Her/Hers)
Jess is a first-generation hispanic graduate student pursuing a degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling. Originally from Michoacan, Mexico, she moved to Dayton, Ohio at a young age. She plans to work with young adults from underrepresented populations after graduation. In her free time, Jess enjoys snowboarding, listening to a wide range of music, running, and being outdoors. Si quires saber mas de mi puedes parar en la oficiana de Diversity outreach and Development (DOD) en White Hall en el cuarto 206.
Madison Cameron-Brown (She/Her/Hers)
Madison Cameron-Brown is pursuing her master’s degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling. She intends to focus her work on adolescents from historically underrepresented backgrounds because she understands the importance of developing effective coping skills in children and increasing their access to resources. Outside of work, Madison enjoys power-lifting, kayaking, and cooking new foods!
Dianshe Robinson (She/Her/Hers)
Student Success Ambassador
Dianshe Robinson is a first-generation freshman from Washington, DC, majoring in Exercise Science with a concentration in physical therapy. Her goal is to form long lasting connections, grow as an individual, and to gain the experience of working. She desires to become a DPT and help people of all ages recover from their injuries. Her job at the DOD office is a wonderful opportunity to open doors for her future dreams and aspirations.