Staff

Nloh Masango-Dibo

Director

Director
Armstrong Student Center Office 2030
Email: Nloh.Masango-Dibo@miamioh.edu | Office: 513-529-3843
Gender Pronouns: he/him/his

Nloh Masango-Dibo is a Cincinnati native and two-time graduate of the University of Cincinnati, earning his Bachelor of Science and Master of Science degrees in Health Education. As a higher-ed professional, Nloh is recognized for his expertise in the field of diversity, inclusion and access. During his time at Miami, Nloh has served in the Office of Admission, where he helped recruit thousands of students to Ohio’s original Public Ivy. An engaging public speaker, Nloh has connected with educators across the country through such opportunities as being a three-time presenter at the Ohio Association for College Admission Counseling annual conference and speaking at the College Board’s national conference, A Dream Deferred.

Nloh is a doctoral student in the Educational Leadership Program at Miami University; his research focuses on how educators can utilize hip-hop culture to mitigate barriers for marginalized populations pursuing higher education. Nloh is the eldest of three, with both parents coming from Cameroon, West Africa. He is a lover of all-things Hip Hop and is happily married as of August 2019.


Associate Director of Intercultural Initiatives

Dasha Wood

Associate Director of Intercultural Initiatives
Armstrong Student Center Office 2030
Email: harrisd8@MiamiOH.edu | Office: 513-529-0314
Gender Pronouns: she/her/hers

Dasha Harris is a proud alum of Miami University having completed her Bachelor of Science in Middle Childhood Education and graduated in 2012. During her time at Miami, she joined the Illustrious Xi Rho Chapter of Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Inc. It was through her sorority that she found her passion in higher education. She then went on to receive her Master’s of Education in Student Affairs and Higher Education from Wright State University. While working in higher education, Dasha has always navigated toward positions working with students from underrepresented backgrounds. She is extremely passionate about working with students from all different cultures, backgrounds, and walks of life and assisting them through their collegiate journey. Dasha loves to travel and craft and is excited to be working with students at her alma mater. Love & Honor!


Associate Director, LGBTQ+ Services

April Callis

Associate Director of LGBTQ+ Initiatives
Armstrong Student Center Office 2030
Email: callisas@MiamiOH.edu | Office: 513-529-6510
Gender Pronouns: she/her/hers

Dr. April Callis grew up in Raleigh, North Carolina. She received her BA from Sweet Briar College, her MA from the University of Kentucky, and her PhD from Purdue University. Before coming to Miami, she worked as the Assistant Director of the LGBTQ Center at UNC Chapel Hill. Prior to that, she spent several years teaching classes on gender, sexuality, and privilege at Northern Kentucky University. While at NKU, she also worked as a facilitator and educator for GLSEN, a national organization dedicated to providing safe K-12 experiences for LGBTQ+ students. During her career, April has published several peer-reviewed articles on topics ranging from bisexuality to queer theory to homophobia in fanfiction. She currently lives with her partner, Steve, and her two rescue huskies, Pandemonium and I-Chaya. Her hobbies include reading constantly, fostering dogs, and riding horses.


Vacant

Assistant Director of Intercultural Initiatives
Armstrong Student Center Suite 2030


Cindy Fledderman

Cindy Fledderman

Administrative Assistant
Armstrong Student Center Suite 2030
Email: fleddecs@miamioh.edu | Office: 513-529-6504
Gender Pronouns: She/her/hers

Cindy Fledderman came to Miami University in the fall of 2005. She has a Bachelor of Science degree from Ball State University and is a member of Alpha Sigma Alpha. Prior to Miami University, Cindy was a staff member for a scholarship program at Indiana University. In her spare time, Cindy enjoys spending time with her family and pups (a Cavapoo and a Schnausky) and long-time friends.