Walking the Walk: Implementing DEIB in Each Step We Take

April 19, 2024
10:00 AM - 02:00 PM
Velocity Center, 4465 Indian Head Highway, Indian Head, MD 20640

Walking the Walk: Implementing DEIB in Each Step We Take

April 19, 2024  |  10 a.m. – 2 p.m.  
Velocity Center at Indian Head (View Map)



Timothy Fenner, Coordinator, Men of Excellence

tim-fenner photoTimothy Fenner is originally from Akron, Ohio.  Attended Kent State University and received a BA in communications in 1992, after receiving my B.A. In 1994 at the University of Akron while working as a resident director received an MPA (Public Administration). In 2005 moved to Chester Pa to be the program manager of a grant program. In July 2012 moved to Waldorf MD to work at the College of Southern Maryland as a program director of the Educational Talent Search program. Today he is the coordinator of the Men of Excellence Program, SES.(Student Equity and Success) with Student Life. I work with all men of color to improve the retention of this important population at the College of Southern Maryland

Dr. Stephanie McCaslin, Dean, Learning Resources

Stephanie Mccaslin headshotStephanie McCaslin spent the first twenty years of her life travelling the world as the daughter in a military family.  This nomadic upbringing gave her an appreciation for people, cultures, and humanity, and a variety of educational interests.  In college, she spent two years as an opera major at Texas State University before moving to Maryland. She has an Associate of Arts from Charles County Community College (now CSM) in Arts and Humanities, a Bachelors of Science in Education from the University of Maryland, College Park, a Master’s from Nova Southeastern University in Mathematics, and a PhD from Capella University.

As an educator, Stephanie has taught in the public-school system- elementary and middle school mathematics and sciences, as well as at the undergraduate level for both CSM and Towson University.  Prior to her role in Learning Resources, Stephanie was a full-time faculty member and department chair in the Math and Engineering Department, she has been a Transforming Post-Secondary Education (TPSE) Fellow, and two-time participant in the national cohort of Math Leaders for Racial Justice (ML4RJ). Stephanie was a long-time co-chair of the annual Women + Math/ Women + STEM events at CSM and has been a speaker at NCTM and MCTM conferences. Currently, she oversees all tutoring, faculty development, and student learning support at the College of Southern Maryland.

As a human, Stephanie is a vegan, parent, partner, advocate, environmentalist, and is queer.

In Learning Resources, we foster collaborative support for faculty, students, and staff.  With a focus on belonging, each of us in LRS plays a role in promoting DEIB through a holistic approach.


Dr. Tony L. Warrick, Director, Community Enrichment

Tony Warrick headshotDr. Tony L. Warrick has always had a passion for transformation. This passion unveiled his purpose to see people be all they can be by connecting the transforming power of purposeful action to everyday living.

Born and raised in Washington, D.C., Dr. Warrick overcame incredible odds from his youth by pulling from the grace he experienced during his darkest lessons to help individuals change their lives through spiritual health, personal growth, and professional development. His writings provide daily action steps for every area of a Christian life. His aspiration is that people are equipped with practical principles to navigate the complex challenges life can bring while moving forward and making a huge impact in their community. 



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