Gabrielle Malone-Miller - University of Houston
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Gabrielle Malone-Miller Assistant Dean of Students


Gabrielle Malone-Miller, a native of Houston, TX, began her Higher Education journey in 2013 at the University of Iowa, where she earned her Bachelor of Arts in Sociology and Ethics and Public Policy. It was during her time at Iowa that she discovered her passion for student support services so she developed the first student-led Living Learning Community, "Young, Gifted, and Black," solidifying her desire to work in Student Affairs. 

In 2019, Gabrielle earned her Master of Science in Student Affairs and Higher Education from Indiana State University. During her tenure at ISU, she managed the Multicultural Women Achieving Scholarship program and published her first academic book chapter, "A Tenured Threat," in "Unleashing Suppressed Voices on College Campuses," which focused on sexual misconduct. 

After graduation, Gabrielle joined Louisiana State University, where she played a key role in retaining residential students through advocacy, crisis intervention practices, and diversity, equity, and inclusion initiatives. She also contributed her expertise to the Louisiana Foundation Against Sexual Assault, ensuring educational, equitable, and sustainable support for survivors/victims. 

Returning home to Houston, Gabrielle transitioned into the role of Assistant Director of Sexual Misconduct Support Services (SMSS) at the University of Houston. In this capacity, she served as a confidential professional with trauma-informed expertise in sexual violence, providing support services to students, staff, faculty, and community members. 

Now, as the Assistant Dean of Students, Gabrielle will continue her dedication to serving Cougars while developing policies to enhance mental health services, furthering wholistic development and support for individuals throughout their collegiate experience. 

In Gabrielle's free time, she enjoys writing poetry, capturing pictures when communing with family and friends, cycling, and exploring Houston’s best bites.