Multicultural Affairs

Meet The Team

Sharron Rowlette-Moore 

 Sharron Rowlette-Moore 

As a leader and activist in her job and in her community, Sharron dedicates her time to improving lives for underserved populations, especially for people of various ethnic, racial and cultural heritages. In September 1997 Rivier University, in Nashua, NH, where she obtained a BS, M.Ed., MBA, Management and Organizational Behavior Certificate and Multicultural Counseling Certificate, invited her to develop and administer a new Office of Multicultural Affairs. In her role as Director of the Multicultural Affairs Office, Sharron also mentors minority students and reaches out to the greater Nashua community to share relevant programs with the public schools and to assist local minority organizations in the implementation of Diversity and Inclusive programming and initiatives. Sharron also devotes class time at Rivier University as a graduate and undergraduate adjunct faculty, teaching Minority Groups in Behavioral Science and Basic Human Interaction and Perspectives in Cultural Diversity in Education. Sharron served as chairperson of the city of Nashua's Ethnic Awareness Committee. She served, as a Board Member for Haymarket People's Funding Board member, Boys & Girls Club of Greater Nashua. Member of the Southern New Hampshire Outreach for Black Unity, New Hampshire Multicultural Student Affairs Consortium, and Champions of Diversity Awards Leadership New Hampshire Committee and a Daughter of Isis in Syria Court No# 10 in the Oasis Boston, Desert of Massachusetts. Sharron welcomes students into her office and to become involved with the many events that are planned yearly.

 

 Jordan Caudle  

 Jordan Caudle  

Jordan is a junior studying Human Development with a minor in social work. Jordan has worked with many organizations and child care facilities interacting with adolescents and children with many diverse backgrounds. Jordan enjoys working with the students, planning events, and furthering her knowledge of various ethnicities, races, and cultural heritages. She looks forward to furthering her experiences by traveling to El Salvador and working with children in impoverished communities in the spring.

 

 Gladyeliz Contreras 

 Gladyeliz Contreras  

Glady is a sophomore studying Psychology with a minor in social work. She plans to use her degree to become a psychiatrist in a mental institution. She has a passion for meeting new people and wants to travel the world for fun in the future.

Location
Multicultural Affairs Office,
Dion Center first floor
Phone: (603) 897-8676

Sharron Rowlett-Moore
Director of Multicultural Affairs
srowlett@rivier.edu