Assistant Director, Sexual Misconduct Support Services
Gabrielle Malone-Miller was born and raised in Houston, TX, but began her journey of Higher Education in 2013 at the University of Iowa where she received her Bachelor of Arts in Sociology and Ethics and Public Policy. Once discovering student support services and initiating the first student-developed Living Learning Community; Young, Gifted, and Black, Gabrielle developed a desire to remain in Student Affairs. In 2019, Gabrielle received her Master of Science in Student Affairs and Higher Education at Indiana State University. During her time at ISU, Gabrielle oversaw the Multicultural Women Achieving Scholarship program, as well as made her first academic book chapter publication in Unleashing Suppressed Voices on College Campuses titled a Tenured Threat focusing on sexual misconduct.
Since graduation, Gabrielle has worked at Louisiana State University aiding in the retainment of residential students through advocacy, crisis intervention practices, and diversity, equity, and inclusion initiatives. In addition, she has worked at the Louisiana Foundation Against Sexual Assault where she served as a state resource to ensure educational, equitable, and sustainable influence was provided in support of survivors/victims. With Gabrielle's experience, she is excited to begin this new role as the Assistant Director of Sexual Misconduct and continue providing transformational change through trauma-informed care.