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Meet the GW Student Affairs Staff
Assistant Provost of University Career Services
Rachel Brown joined the Division of Student Affairs in February 2013 as the inaugural assistant provost of university career services, a new position created as part of a multi-year, university-wide career services enhancement project. Rachel provides strategic leadership and direction for the university's centralized Center for Career Services and for facilitating collaboration among other career services centers at the university to ensure high-quality services to, and engagement of, all relevant stakeholders including undergraduate and graduate students, employers and other community partners, alumni, parents and university leadership, staff, and faculty.
Rachel brings to GW experience from Temple University, the McCombs School of Business at The University of Texas at Austin, Georgetown University, the University of Pennsylvania and Stanford University. Rachel also has corporate experience as she has worked in college recruiting and human resources for three entrepreneurial technology firms.
Rachel received a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from Bucknell University and a Master of Arts in Student Personnel Services from Indiana University of Pennsylvania.
Associate Dean of Students for Student Administrative Services and Senior Advisor
Danielle Lico serves as the Associate Dean of Students for Student Administrative Services and Senior Advisor to the Dean. In her role, she is responsible for GW Housing, finance and administration for the Division of Student Affairs, the Student Grievance Procedures, Student Support and Family Engagement, the Office of Student Rights and Responsibilities, the Office of Military and Veteran Student Services, and Colonial Inauguration.
She earned both her Bachelors degree in Psychology and her Master's degree in Sociology from GW.
Associate Dean of Students, Center for Student Engagement
Tim Miller has been a part of the GW community since 2002 and is currently the Associate Dean of Students for the Center for Student Engagement. He oversees many aspects of student life including residence life, leadership programs, GW TRAiLS, student organizations, and Greek life. He is also an adjunct faculty member in the School of Public Health and Health Services where he has taught two courses for the last eight years.
Tim received his Bachelor's degree in Political Science with a minor in Criminal Justice, his Master's degree in Education from James Madison University, and his Doctorate in Human and Organizational Learning from the George Washington University. He and his wife, Jamie, live in Vienna, Virginia with their two dogs, Jack and Gunnar.
Executive Director, Planning and Outreach
Robert Snyder is the Executive Director of Planning and Outreach, where he leads or provides project and change management guidance for cross-divisional enhancement initiatives in the Division of Student Affairs, including assessment and continuous improvement, communications and outreach, development and alumni relations, and student services on the Mount Vernon and Virginia Science and Technology campuses. Robert also directs the university's Presidential Administrative Fellowship program. A GW staff member since 2004, Robert previously held positions in the Office of the President, Mount Vernon Campus Life, and the Office of the Dean of Freshmen.
Robert earned a Bachelor's degree in Business from GW and Master's degrees in Education and Business Administration from the University of Delaware, where he worked for nine years before returning to GW. He is currently pursuing a doctoral degree in Higher Education Administration at GW. A native of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Robert currently resides in Alexandria, Virginia.
Special Assistant, Division of Student Affairs
Jay Jones has been at the university since his freshman year and has been working professionally in the Division since 1999. As Special Assistant, Jay handles the day-to-day administration of the Division of Student Affairs central office in Rice Hall Suite 401. He is responsible for the 15 departmental websites in the DSA porfolio. He is also responsible for special projects and assignments, including the logistics of Colonials Weekend performances. He currently resides in Alexandria, Virginia.