Our Staff

Audrey O. Daniel
Audrey Daniel has been involved in higher education for over 10 years. She earned her Masters of Science degree in College Student Personnel from Western Illinois University in 1994 and has worked in college admissions and residential life. Prior to coming to UNCG, Ms. Daniel worked in the Office of Campus Activities and Diversity Programs at Northwestern University in Evanston, Illinois. As Director, she has administrative responsibility for programs and services for the Office of Multicultural Affairs including the Multicultural Resource Center and the Stop the Hate program.
Jeffrey Coleman
Assistant Director
Jeffrey Coleman has worked in Multicultural Affairs at Trinity College in Hartford, Connecticut where he ran the peer mentoring program and pre-orientation program for students from underrepresented backgrounds; he also supervised three cultural houses on campus. Mr. Coleman holds a Bachelor’s degree in Public Policy from Trinity College and a Master of Science degree in Counseling with a concentration in Student Development in Higher Education from Central Connecticut State University.
Memberships in Professional Organizations
National Association of Student Personnel Administrators
National Association for the Advancement of Colored People
Serve as State Co-Advisor for Colleges in North Carolina
Recent Training and Conferences Attended
NASPA/ACPA Institute on College Males
Hispanic Association of Colleges and Universities
National Coalition Building Institute for Conflict Resolution, Violence Prevention and Coalition Building
UNCG Committee Participation
African American Male Outreach Advisory Council, Chair
UNCG Inclusive Community Task Force
Research & Intervention Advisory Team for Brothers Leading Healthy Lives HIV Prevention Project
Faculty-Student Mentor Program Planning Committee
Review Committee for Student Affairs Staff Development Committee
Orientation Planning Committee
UNCG Staff Senate/Employee Enrichment Committee
Departmental Roles and Responsibilities
Oversight for the Multicultural Resource Center
Advisor for UNCG College Chapter of NAACP
Advisor for Spanish-American Latino Student Association
UNS 101 Instructor
Mark Villacorta, Ph.D.
Assistant Director
Dr. Villacorta is passionate about supporting the development of globally minded leaders of all backgrounds and fostering a strong sense of community at UNCG. He earned a doctorate degree in Psychology from the University of Michigan and has taught courses in intergroup dialogue, service-learning and psychology. His work in multicultural affairs combines an intercultural development approach with a strong foundation in social justice. He employs intergroup dialogue as a major tool for cultural exchange and understanding with the goal of sustained action through engaged citizenship. He is grateful for the opportunity to work with the UNCG community and looks forward to meeting you!
Memberships in Professional Organizations
American College Personnel Association
American Psychological Association
National Association of Student Personnel Administrators
Selected Training and Professional Development
LeaderShape, Core Group Facilitator
Social Justice Training Institute, Participant & June 2013 Intern
Social Justice Training Institute: The Student Experience, Core Group Facilitator
White Privilege Conference
UNCG SafeZone, Participant & Trainer
Leadership Academy, Presenter
Summer Institute for Intercultural Communication, intern
Social Justice Mediation Training
Training for Multicultural Classroom Facilitation
Teaching about Asian Pacific Americans
Selected Programming and Events
MLK Celebration in Partnership with North Carolina A&T State University
Reclaiming Ourselves, Organizing Together for Social Justice (ROOTS) Institute
Kaleidoscope Peer Education Program
Empty Bowls Community Social Justice Project
Heritage Month programming (Hispanic, Asian American, Native American & Black History months)
Contemporary Issues Forums
Campus multicultural and diversity presentations and trainings
Leadership Connection
Past Courses Taught
Foundations for Learning 250 (Rites of Passage Minority Male Mentoring Program)
Training Processes of Intergroup Dialogue
Practicum in Multicultural Community
Advanced Research Lab in Personality Psychology
Health Psychology
Organizational Psychology
Personality Psychology
  Karen Corek_core@uncg.edu