Diversity and Inclusion Staff
Jeff Mallory, Ed.D.
Assistant Vice President
Diversity, Inclusion and Student Advancement
Jeff Mallory is the Assistant Vice President for Diversity, Inclusion (ODI) and Student Advancement at Duquesne University. At Duquesne, Jeff is responsible for providing leadership to the Office of Diversity and Inclusion and guidance to the Center for Career Development. Jeff is also responsible for the supervision of several programs and services related to Diversity and Inclusion. Such services include community partnerships, corporate engagement, fundraising, alumni outreach, and fulfilling career and internship agreements with local and national corporations.
Jeff has an extensive background in student group advising, academic advising, leadership development training, and is deeply involved in the acclimation process for underrepresented students. Active in the community, Jeff currently serves on the Board of Directors for the United Way of Southwestern Pennsylvania, The Mentoring Partnership, Tickets For Kids Charities, is a member of the Citizens Advisory Board for the Allegheny Regional Asset District (RAD) and serves as Board Chairman for The Shyne Awards Foundation, which highlights the accomplishments of kids 13-19 years old in the Pittsburgh region.
Jeff earned both, his B.A. in Public Policy Analysis with minors in History and Sociology and M.S. in Business Management: Operational Excellence from Saint Vincent College. Jeff also earned an Ed.D. in Educational Leadership from Duquesne University.
Amber Satterwhite is the Administrative Assistant for the Office of Diversity and Inclusion (ODI) in the Student Life Division of Duquesne University. She enjoys interacting with the students that come into the office and stays true to the "home away from home" adage of the office. Amber began her service at Duquesne in April 2011 from Florida State College at Jacksonville. She completed her Bachelor of Science degree in Behavioral Science from Duquense University in 2017 and is currently working toward her MS in Higher Education Administration also from Duquesne University.