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MSU Diversity Council

MSU Advocacy Network

Name Department Office Phone Ext.
Andy Bertsch Business Administration Old Main 315F 4486
Andy Heitkamp Veteran's Office Admin 152 4002
Ann Beste-Guldborg Communication Disorders Memorial 104G 3046
Daiane Radivojevic NDCPD Memorial-2nd floor 4174
Deb Jensen TEHP/CASCLS Swain 218M 3043
Devin McCall Housing/Residence Life Dakota Hall-lower level 3993
Harry Hoffman Sociology Old Main 201A 3284
Jenna Donogh School Psychology    
Jennifer Beneke CEL Admin-3rd floor 3990
Jesse Watson POWER Center Student Center-2nd floor 4044
Jessica Smestad CETL Old Main 101/Model 208 4039
Karina Stander Wellness Center Wellness Center, 3rd floor 4078
Katy Zeltinger      
Keryl Lesmann POWER Center Student Center-2nd floor 4047
Linda Benson Public Information Office Admin-2nd floor 3199
Marley Kotylak School Psychology    
Patrick Schwab Teacher Education Swain 218H 3568
Rachel Alfaro Art/Business    
Rebecca Ringham Registrar's Office Admin 161 3126
Sarah Aleshire English/Gender & Women's Studies Hartnet Hall 137W 3395
Stacey Anderson School Psychology    
Tonya Rempel School Psychology    
Vicki Michels Addiction Studies, Psychology, Social Work Memorial 230P 3594

MSU Advocacy Network Interest Form
By completing the form below, you are indicating an interest in becoming a member of the MSU Advocacy Network, a group dedicated to developing and supporting a diverse, multicultural, and inclusive campus community.

Membership in the Advocacy Network is contingent upon your participation in two workshops in addition to continued attendance at Advocacy Network gatherings, when applicable. Members of the Advocacy Network are expected to be advocates for all individuals and groups.

Role at MSU (select one):