As the Director of Student Engagement, Nu'Rodney supports the social, cultural, and academic development of students by providing advocacy and referral services tailored to meet the needs of Temple University's diverse population.
Additionally, Nu'Rodney works in collaboration with appointed 10-15 Diversity Peers on inclusive and Social Justice Programming to coordinate initiatives meant to advance cultural awareness on campus and engages and invites the broader Temple community into the process of encouraging inclusivity.
Lastly, Nu'Rodney works with the Graduate Extern of Gender and Sexuality Inclusion, which provides tailored programming for the LGBTQIA+ community as well as the Safe Zone Ally training.
Nu'Rodney is a native of Montgomery, AL and earned his bachelors degree in political science and a master's of science in college student personnel administration from The University of Central Arkansas.
Nu'Rodney has over 10 years of experience in working with diversity and Social Justice intiatives and facilitating difficult dialogues.
In 2009, Nu'Rodney collaborated with a colleague to introduce National Coming Out Week (NCOW) to Temple's campus. Nu'Rodney is a member of NASPA, a NASPA Undergraduate Fellows Program Board member, and a recurring presenter at the National Conference on Race & Ethnicity.