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Dr. Korey Rothman - Director

Dr. Korey Rothman (she/her/hers) holds a bachelor's degree in English and a master's degree in Education from the University of Florida. She has a master’s degree in Theatre History and a doctoral degree in Theatre History and Performance Studies from the University of Maryland. Prior to becoming Director of CIVICUS, she taught courses in the School of Theatre, Dance, and Performance Studies, the Honors College, and Honors Humanities at the University of Maryland. She currently serves as the Academic Director of the South Carolina Washington Semester Program. Her interests include LGBTQ+ advocacy, travel, theatre, and playing bassoon and percussion with DC's Different Drummers.

 

Office: Somerset 0107
Phone: (301) 405-8759
Email: krothman [at] umd.edu

 


Headshot of Julie RandolphJulie Randolph - Associate Director

Julie Randolph (she/her/hers) graduated from the University of Maryland with a bachelor's degree in Government and Politics and a master's degree in Education Leadership and Policy Studies. While at Maryland, she worked as an Orientation Advisor and was an active member of Omicron Delta Kappa. After graduation, she attended the College of Notre Dame and earned her certification in elementary education. She taught elementary school and worked as a Reading Specialist before returning to the University of Maryland to attend graduate school. When not in the CIVICUS office, her interests include spending time with her family, surfing, attending sporting events, reading, and eating sweet treats. 

 

 

Office: Somerset 0105
Phone: (301) 405-7918
Email: jlwr [at] umd.edu

 

 


 

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Kelley Holley - Coordinator

Kelley Holley (she/her/hers) is a Ph.D. Candidate in Theatre and Performance Studies at the University of Maryland. She holds a master’s degree in theatre from San Diego State University.  During her time at UMD and SDSU, she has volunteered for several youth programs, mentoring children in the arts. Before returning to academia, she worked as a dramaturg for organizations in Boston, New York, and San Diego with a focus on community activism.  Her interests include science fiction, podcasts, and baking.

 

Office: Somerset 0103
Phone: (301) 314-0427
Email: kholley [at] umd.edu

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