Our Team

Liz Byron headshotDr. Liz Todd Byron
Associate Director of Community Engagement
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Reach out to Liz for questions concerning President’s Task Force for Community Engagement, a Serve and Learn Semester, Plus 1 BU250 practicum, Faculty Engagement support, Faculty Community of Practice, strategic partnerships connected to diversity, equity, and inclusion priorities, Impact Grants, and the Community Engagement Access Fund.

Lauren CoffeyLauren Coffey
Assistant Director of Employer Relations & Experiential Learning
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Reach out to Lauren about student employment/internships with nonprofit organizations, the Butterfly Project, Community Connections Fair, and BU250 Handshake registration.

Catherine Gomez headshotCathy Gonzalez Gomez
Community Engagement Advisor
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Reach out to Cathy for questions concerning Bellarmine Bonner Leaders, Alternative Spring Break, Community Connections Fair, Civic Week, and MobileServe.

James Harwell headshotJames Harwell
Community Engagement Advisor
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Reach out to James for questions concerning Bellarmine Pathways, Bellarmine RISE Tutoring, MLK Week of Service, the Community Partner Newsletter, and MobileServe.

Student Leader Team

Beatriz ArevaloBeatriz Arevalo
Student Assistant for Partnerships and Outreach
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Addie Rogers HeadshotAddie Rogers
SGA Vice President of Community and Campus Engagement
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2021-2022 Newman Civic Fellow

Marcus Stubbs headshotMarcus Stubbs was born and raised in Louisville, KY and brought up by Angela N. Stubbs alongside his siblings, Robin, Asia, Malik. He is married to his lovely wife Shantel-Ann Monique Stubbs. Marcus graduated from Western Kentucky University with a Bachelor of Interdisciplinary Studies in Social and Behavioral studies with a minor in Family Studies and a Master’s degree in Student Affairs in Higher Education. Marcus has a scholarship in his name called the Marcus Stubbs scholarship which benefits graduates of the Unity House at Volunteers of America mid-states region. Recipients of the award have the opportunity to go to any community college in Kentucky or Western Kentucky University. Marcus has traveled and done service-learning projects at San Jose, Costa Rica, Trinidad and Tobago, and South Africa as a student at Western Kentucky University. In addition, he traveled to Guatemala for a service project hosted by the Bellarmine community. Marcus was admitted to the Education and Social Change doctoral program at Bellarmine University to learn about homeless education, social justice programming, and participatory action research. He is the AY22 recipient of the Bellarmine Newman Civic Fellowship, in which role he is focused on civic engagement around food equity and homelessness initiatives. Currently, Marcus works as the Dare to Care Mobile Market Manager, Executive Director of Cultured Mornings, ambassador of the Know Homelessness campaign, member of Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity Incorporated, advisory committee member for Life Development Corporation, and member of Kingdom Fellowship Christian Life Center.