Center for Multicultural Affairs
Coordinator, Center for Multicultural Affairs
Education (degrees earned): Bachelor of Science, College of Business Administration, and Master of Arts, College of Education; both at The University of Arizona
Experience: A total of almost five years at UC-Boulder in the area of student development; three years with the Athletic Department, and almost two years in current position. Prior to CU, served as a program administrator in a variety of areas both at San Diego State University and The University of Arizona .
Professor of EPO Biology
President's Teaching Scholar
Assoc. Vice Chancellor for Undergraduate Education
Ph.D., Duke University, 1974
Most of career at CU as a faculty member in the Dept. of EPO Biology (beginning fall, 1974) with special interests in evolution and ecology of plants. Numerous research publications and extra-mural grants for research scholarship. Hazel Barnes, Boulder Faculty Assembly and Mortar Board teaching excellence awards. Former Director of the Mountain Research Station, former Chair of EPO Biology, Director of the Norlin Scholars Program, and administrative responsibility for the Undergraduate Academy, Chancellor's Leadership Residential Academic Program, Career Services, Student Academic Services Center, Office of International Education and the Institute for Ethical and Civic Engagement.
Jennifer Korbelik is the University Liaison between the city of Boulder and CU. She has worked in this position since December, 2003. Prior to serving as the University Liaison position, Jennifer worked for the city of Boulder's Housing and Human Services Department, the city's Neighborhood Services Office and Public Affairs Division as well as Boulder Housing Partners, the city's housing authority.
Jennifer has a Bachelor's degree in Psychology and Sociology from CU and a Master's degree in Social Work with a concentration in community and organizational social work from Denver University .
As University Liaison, Jennifer develops and implements programs to support the relationship between the city and CU, represents both agencies to the community and works with CU students and community members to improve quality of life off-campus.
Education: B.A. Psychology, Masters - Public Administration, Masters - Liberal Studies, Elementary Education Teacher Certification
Experience: Child and Youth Development, Human Services and Education, Direct Service, Administration, Program and Policy Development, Fundraising/Grant Writing, Public and Private Non-Profit Sectors
Currently, Director of the Institute for Ethical and Civic Engagement at
Administrative Asst. to Associate Vice Chancellor for Undergraduate Education
Division of Academic Affairs
Education: B.A., Psychology, Denver Metropolitan State College
Experience: Counselor of incarcerated teens at Lookout Mountain School and Mount View Detention Center. Also, worked with physically and sexually abused orphans between 4 and 8 years old. Crisis, drug, group, family and suicide counseling in non-profit. Executive Administrative Assistant to Founder and Principal of an architectural firm, Zmistowski Design Group LLC. Mother of two daughters, Alexia and Sophi.
The Community Foundation Serving Boulder County
Elvira, Director of Programs for the Community Foundation Serving Boulder County, brings to the Community Foundation more than 20 years experience in non-profit management, planning, development, grant making, and community relations. Elvira has volunteered for or been on the board of numerous organizations, including the Directors of Volunteers in Agencies, the Colorado Behavioral Healthcare Council, the Adult Learning Source, SCFD, the Minoru Yasui Community Volunteer Award Committee, the US/Mexico Border Philanthropy Partnership, and serves on the Komen for the Cure National Multicultural Advisory Council. She is an experienced trainer and facilitator and has led workshops in board and leadership development, diversity and cultural competency, volunteer management, and strategic planning.