About Kelci Jacoby
I am an American Expat working at Durham University in the Leadership Framework where I serve as an Assistant Manager. In my role I oversee our Emerging Leadership programmes and am the programme manager for the Durham University Laidlaw Leadership and Research Programme.
I am passionate about creating an inclusive sense of belonging for students, student leadership development, harm reduction, and helping students identify their version of success. I have worked in higher education for the last six years in a variety of functional areas including identity-based advocacy, orientation, transition and retention, fraternity and sorority life, and leadership development. I have a B.A. from Willamette University in American Ethnic Studies and History and a M.S. in Educational Administration with an emphasis in Student Affairs Administration in Higher Education from Texas A&M University (Gig 'em!).
I like to spend my free time fly-fishing, hiking, watching anything in the Star Wars universe, reading, browsing record stores, going to concerts, and finding the best cappuccino in NE England!
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Will, what a brilliant reflection! Thanks so much for sharing, and including pictures. I felt like I was there with you.
Ruby, this is amazing! Thank you for sharing. I especially loved seeing the diagram you created to showcase your development in Image 1: The stepping stones on my confidence journey