Diversity Services staff members are available for students who are looking to discuss concerns such as their adjustment to campus, personal life, academic progress, or career planning
Students are always encouraged to call or visit whether or not they have specific requests for assistance. Staff members are also available to consult with students, student leaders, faculty, and staff regarding a variety of diversity-related issues.
Cameron Breither (they/them or he/him) currently serves as the Assistant Director of Diversity Services. Cam has presented workshops nation-wide on LGBTQ+ identities, social justice leadership development, and intersectional pedagogy. Before Suffolk University, they were a Senior Staff Development Specialist in Residential Life at UMass Amherst, focusing on diversity training and organizational development. Additionally they worked at the University of Wisconsin Milwaukee as the Assistant Director of the LGBT Resource Center, where he focused on inclusive policy development and serving LGBTQ+ students at the intersections of their identities. In 2011, Cameron was included in CURVE Magazine's Fearless Leaders feature noting his work in LGBTQ+ advocacy within higher education in the South.
Cam holds a M.A. in Higher Education Administration from the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor and a B.A. in Political Science with concentrations in Constitutional Law, Public Policy, and Collective Violence Studies from the University of North Carolina Wilmington.
Daniela Avila is a Diversity Fellow in our office. She is originally from Colombia and is pursuing a Master of Integrated Communication degree at Suffolk University. Daniela holds a bachelor's degree in Communication and Journalism from the Universidad del Norte in Barranquilla, Colombia.