Interim Dean of Students
Ali Martin Scoufield
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As the Interim Dean, Ali oversees Community Standards through the student conduct process, CARE Management, Student Wellness, Lift Up Vikes Food Pantry & Resource Center, and the Center for Student Involvement. Ali is also providing interim support to the Mareyjoyce Green Women’s Center. Ali’s worked in various roles in higher education including equity, academic advising, volunteer services, service-learning, residence life, student conduct, Title IX, and student support services. Ali received her BA in History with a minor Philosophy from Western New England University in Springfield, MA. She completed her MS in Higher Education from Miami University – Ohio, and her MLS in Human Rights & Social Justice from Southern Methodist University in Dallas, TX. Ali is currently pursuing her PhD in Urban Education Policy at CSU. Prior to her arrival at CSU in September 2019, Ali worked at Case Western Reserve University in Cleveland, La Salle University in Philadelphia, and Southern Methodist University in Dallas. In her spare time, Ali enjoys doing community service, spending time outside in the Metroparks, and reading.
Mitch Lieberth, Ph.D.
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Mitch Lieberth (they/them) has worked in higher education for 20 years in almost every area on campus: college athletics, financial aid, admissions, advising, and is now with the CARE Team at Cleveland State University. They have graduate degrees in Athletic Administration, History, and Adult Learning and Development. In 2020, they earned their PhD with the successful defense of their doctoral dissertation entitled: What’s In A Name? The lived experiences of transgender college students using a preferred name policy. This was the first study of its kind to explore the ramifications of a preferred name policy at a single postsecondary institution. In their free time, they love eating sandwiches, exploring Cleveland, and volunteering for social justice organizations in Northeast Ohio.
George William Whitfield
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George has over ten years of case management experience. He received his bachelor’s degree in Social Work with a concentration in child welfare from Cleveland State University. After graduating from CSU, George worked at several non-profit social service agencies. He has a Master of Divinity degree in Ministerial Leadership from Drew University. George joined the Care Management team in January 2022. George is passionate about helping students reach their full potential. George loves serving the community, traveling the world and hanging out with friends around Cleveland and Akron.