Kimberly Hewitt, JD
Vice Provost for Institutional Equity
Kimberly Hewitt was appointed Vice Provost for Institutional Equity at Johns Hopkins University in March 2017. She has served as the director of the Office for Equal Opportunity and Affirmative Action (EOAA) since 2007 and Deputy Chief of Staff for the Office for Equity and Diversity since 2014 at the University of Minnesota. Prior to coming to the University in the fall of 2007 she served as assistant dean for students and multicultural affairs at Hamline University School of Law. Ms. Hewitt has 14 years of experience practicing law in the areas of employment, labor, and education law. She was previously a partner in the law firm Rider Bennett and has served as an in-house attorney for the Minneapolis Public Schools. Ms. Hewitt holds an A.B. from Stanford University and a J.D. from the University of Minnesota Law School.
Joy Gaslevic, JD
Assistant Vice Provost/Title IX Coordinator
Joy Gaslevic is the university’s Assistant Vice Provost/Title IX Coordinator. Joy joined the university in June 2016 after 9 years in the Educational Affairs Division of the Maryland Attorney General’s Office. In the AG’s Office, Joy represented a number of University of Maryland System schools, served as senior counsel for advice, and has been considered the expert in the Attorney General’s Office on Title IX issues. Joy is a magna cum laude graduate of the University of Baltimore Law School and has a bachelor’s degree from Franklin & Marshall College.
Linda M. Boyd, JD
Deputy Title IX Coordinator
Linda Boyd is the Deputy Title IX Coordinator at the Office of Institutional Equity (OIE). Linda joined OIE in March 2015 as an Equity Compliance Investigator and assumed her current role in December 2016. Prior to joining the university, Linda practiced at a national employment law firm, where she investigated and litigated claims of discrimination, harassment and retaliation. Linda also served as an attorney for the Social Security Administration, Office of the General Counsel, where she primarily focused on employment counseling and litigation. Linda received her law degree cum laude from the Duke University School of Law and holds a Master’s degree in Psychology from the Duke University Graduate School.
Director, ADA Compliance and Disability Services
Emily Lucio is the Director, ADA Compliance and Disability Services. Emily joined Johns Hopkins after serving as Director of Disability Support Services for The Catholic University of America. She has been a member of the Association on Higher Education and Disability (AHEAD) since 1992 and served on the Board of Directors from 2007-2010. She is currently the Editor for the AHEAD newsletter, the Chair of the Policy Committee and serves as a reviewer for the Journal of Postsecondary Education and Disability. Emily received her BA in Public Policy Studies: Special Education-Legislation and Practice from The University of Michigan in 1992 and went on to receive her MA in Special Education from Eastern Michigan University in 1993.
Kara D. Beverly, JD
Equity Compliance Investigator
Kara D. Beverly joined Johns Hopkins in in July 2016. Kara is a licensed attorney, with experience in labor and employment law. She is a graduate of the Howard University School of Law and Villanova University, where she obtained her B.A. in Economics. Prior to joining OIE, Kara practiced at a regional law firm in their Labor & Employment and Corporate Practice Groups, where she advised clients on employee issues involving Title VII and the ADA. Kara also served as an in-house Staff Attorney for an international dining services company, where she handled all employment-related matters, including the investigation and resolution of discrimination and harassment claims. Ms. Beverly is committed to serving her community and is currently the Secretary of the Board of Directors of the Women’s Housing Coalition and an Executive Board Member of Psi Phi Omega Chapter of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Incorporated.
Oana Brooks, JD
Equity Compliance Investigator
Oana A. Brooks joined JHU’s Office of Institutional Equity in March 2015 as an Equity Compliance Investigator. Oana is a licensed attorney admitted to practice in Maryland. She is a graduate of the University of Maryland Francis King Carey School of Law and also of the University of Maryland at College Park where she obtained her B.A. in Government & Politics. Prior to joining OIE, Oana spent the last seven years at the Office of the State’s Attorney for Baltimore City. There, she prosecuted felony victim crimes including matters involving sexual violence. Most recently, Oana served as the Chief of the Juvenile Division. Oana is the President of the Junior League of Baltimore, a member of the Baltimore City School Board’s Ethics Panel and a Board member of Dress for Success Baltimore.
Rachel E. Coll, JD
Equity Compliance Investigator
Rachel E. Coll joined JHU’s Office of Institutional Equity in January 2017 and serves as an Equity Compliance Investigator. Rachel is a licensed attorney in Maryland and Washington D.C. , with experience in criminal law, personal injury and education law. She is a graduate of the Catholic University, Columbus School of Law and the College of the Holy Cross, where she obtained her B.A. in Political Science. Prior to joining JHU, Rachel worked in private practice with a Montgomery County law firm, handling personal injury, criminal and education law related cases. Prior to that, she served as an Assistant States Attorney in both Baltimore City and Montgomery County, Maryland, handling felony sex offenses and cases of domestic violence. Rachel is fluent in Spanish.
Equity Compliance Paralegal/Case Manager
After 8 years of working in the JHU Office of Residential Life, Corey Michalos joined the Office of Institutional Equity as the Case Manager/Paralegal. Prior to his time at JHU, Corey worked at Dickinson State University and chaired the North Dakota Higher Education Consortium for Substance Abuse Prevention. He holds a M.Ed in Higher Education from Ohio University. Corey’s education and work experience are driven by his desire to ensure student success and an inclusive higher education environment.
Lisa Moreland serves as Executive Assistant and Administrative Supervisor in the Office of Institutional Equity. Lisa has more than 15 years of administrative experience with positions in both higher education and the private sector. She has extensive experience in the field of administration and project management. In addition to her role as supervisor she provides direct administrative support to the Vice Provost and the Assistant Vice Provost/Title IX Coordinator. Lisa holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Business Management from the Johns Hopkins University Carey Business School and is a member of the International Association of Administrative Professionals (IAAP).
Whitney Price provides general office support for the Office of Institutional Equity ("OIE") and serves as the first point of contact for OIE visitors and callers. Whitney also provides direct administrative support to the Director, ADA Compliance and Disability Services. Prior to working for OIE, Whitney held temporary assignments at Johns Hopkins Medicine and the Bloomberg School of Public Health. Whitney is a current student at Frostburg State University, where she is pursuing a Bachelor of Arts in Business Administration.