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Dr. Carlota Ocampo

Dr Carlota Ocampo

Title: Provost, Trinity Washington University

Dr. Carlota Ocampo oversees academic affairs, assessment, and planning at Trinity Washington University. She earned her Ph.D. in neuropsychology from Howard University in 1997, subsequently joining Trinity as an assistant professor of psychology and in 2003 earning tenure and promotion to associate professor. She has also served as associate provost for assessment, associate dean of the College of Arts and Sciences (directing academic advising and the first-year experience), and as chair of the psychology and human relations programs at Trinity. She is an alumna and current advisory council member of the American Psychological Association (APA) Leadership Institute for Women in Psychology (LIWP) and has served on APA task forces on educational assessment and diversity. She is on the national advisory board for the Steve Fund/Equity in Mental Health Framework for Students of Color and is a volunteer peer evaluator for the Middle States Commission on Higher Education. Her interests encompass interactions among diversity, structural inequity, health, and education; she has numerous publications and presentations on pedagogical reform with changing student populations, racist-incident based trauma, and ethnicity, gender, and disease. She supports and directs academic grants for equity in STEM and in general education for women from underrepresented groups. She enjoys promoting student-centered academic initiatives, culturally relevant health and wellness, and life-long learning and holistic development.

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