Academic Affairs Staff
Provost Carlota Ocampo, Ph.D.
Dr. Carlota Ocampo is the Provost for Trinity Washington University and leads the Office of Academic Affairs, which supervises the planning, delivery, and assessment of Trinity’s academic and co-curricular programs. Prior to entering administration, she taught for many years as a tenured associate professor of psychology at Trinity (a title she retains). She received her Ph.D. in Neuropsychology from Howard University in 1997; her teaching and research interests encompass the interactions among diversity, psychology of oppression, and health. Her most recent educational works explore pedagogical reform with the changing student population; her psychological publications focus on racist-incident based trauma and on ethnicity, gender and disease. She was recently accepted to the American Psychological Association’s Leadership Institute for Women in Psychology (LIWP). She enjoys interacting with students and working in higher education administration as Trinity’s Provost.
email@example.com 202.884.9209 | Office location: Main 202
Academic Affairs Administrators and Staff
Kathelon Toliver, Director of Academic Administration
Kathelon Toliver supports the Office of Academic Affairs by working directly with the Provost and other senior staff on projects that involve full -and-part time faculty. Her other administrative duties include the academic calendar, course scheduling, academic catalog, faculty scholarship, and other comprehensive assignments that support the College of Arts and Sciences. Kathelon also works directly with the faculty services team to facilitate and support their efforts.
firstname.lastname@example.org 202.884.9201 | Office location: Main 203
Trisha Smith, University Librarian
Trisha Smith brings a liberal arts background and a degree from Catholic University’s Masters in Library and Information Science program to enrich the Academic Affairs team. As University Librarian, she believes in the library as a community change agent that forwards social innovation through collective impact. At Trinity, Trisha Smith continues the work of transforming the Sr. Helen Sheehan Library into a cutting edge learning center by focusing on electronic resources, innovative services and space, educational programming, community outreach, and maintaining a strong core collection that supports Trinity’s curricula across all five schools.
email@example.com 202.884.9351 | Office location: Library
Katie Wanschura, Director of Instructional Technologies
Katie Wanschura is students’ and faculty members’ first point of contact for questions about Moodle, Trinity’s learning management system. She also works directly with the Information Technology Team and Academic Affairs in coordinating and developing support for instructional technologies at Trinity.
firstname.lastname@example.org 202.884.9713 | Office location: Main 241
For More Information
Please see the following pages if you would like more information about the Library, Academic Support Services, Disability Support Services, Career Services, or any of Trinity’s collegiate units: the College of Arts and Sciences; the School of Professional Studies; the School of Nursing and Health Professions; or the School of Education as well as Continuing Education.