Residential Community Coordinator
Tiffany De Leon is the Residential Community Coordinator for Community Apartments. Born and raised in the neighborhood surrounding USC, attending the school was a dream. That dream came true when she attended USC for her graduate work earning a Master of Education degree from the Rossier School of Education in Postsecondary Administration and Student Affairs. It was at USC where she began her experience in residential education by doing a graduate assistantship in the department.
Before coming to USC for graduate school, Tiffany attended the College of Saint Benedict in Minnesota where she earned a Bachelor’s degree in History with minors in Sociology and Latin American Studies. After her undergraduate experience she became and admission representative for her alma mater. Most recently Tiffany joins us from California State University, Fullerton where she worked in their Housing and Residence Life department as a Community Coordinator. Tiffany is passionate about the development of student leaders such as the resident assistants. As a first generation student, she is also passionate about issues of access and retention surrounding that student group. In her free time she enjoys spending time with family and friends, trying new restaurants and traveling.
Graduate Residential Community Coordinator
Donté Miller is the Graduate Residential Community Coordinator for Community, a residential community comprised of 12 apartment buildings for upper division and graduate students north of campus. He hails from Rialto, CA which is just an hour outside of LA. He recently graduated from the University of California, Los Angeles (Go Bruins!) as a Sociology Major and Education Studies Minor. In the summer of 2014, Donté received a certificate as a Public Policy and International Affairs Program Fellow at the UC Berkeley Goldman School of Public Policy. He is currently a Master’s student in the Rossier School of Education studying Educational Counseling. He will be applying to Doctoral programs in Higher Education and Policy in the fall and continuing to work in his passion area around Black male access and retention. When Donté does find time to practice self-care, he enjoys hanging with my fraternity (06), playing & coaching basketball, emceeing events, some video games, and listening to hip-hop, R&B, and Gospel. He is an ENFP so he cannot wait to meet you! 3 John 1:2