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Alex Salemme

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Hazing Prevention and Response Specialist

Alex is the Hazing Prevention and Response Specialist for Community Standards & Student Conduct. Alex joined the team in October 2023 and earned his B.S. in Middle-Level Education from Winthrop University. Alex received his M.Ed. in Education Administration from the University of South Carolina and his M.Ed. in Learning Design and Technology from Winthrop University. Alex supports campus partners with hazing prevention initiatives and programming. Alex has a goal to run a marathon in 2024. Alex’s pronouns are he/him/his

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Alyssa Galmish

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Respondent Resource & Conduct Coordinator

Alyssa is the Respondent Resource Coordinator for Community Standards & Student Conduct. Alyssa joined the team in January of 2019. Alyssa earned her B.A. in Communication Studies at Kent State University and her M.Ed. in Higher Education Counseling – Student Affairs from Northern Arizona University. Alyssa supports student respondents through the conduct process and provides direction for the Respondent Resource Program at all three UW campuses. Alyssa is a cat mom to two orange tabbies, Charlie and Sunny. Alyssa’s pronouns are she/her/hers.

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Dominique Overman

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Care & Conduct Coordinator

Dominique is a Conduct Officer with Community Standards & Student Conduct. She joined the team in Spring 2022. Dominique earned her B.S. in Biology from Towson University and her M.A. in Student Affairs Administration from Michigan State University. Dominique looks to ensure the conduct process is educational and developmental for students. Dominique has two sweet Maine coon/Siberian cat mixes named Challa and Mo. Dominique’s pronouns are she/her/hers

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Ed Mirecki

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Ed is the Director of Community Standards & Student Conduct. Ed joined CSSC in the Fall of 2019. Ed earned his B.A. in Psychology and Studio Arts from the University of New Mexico, and his master’s degree in Educational Administration from the University of Wisconsin. Ed’s primary responsibility is the administration of the Student Conduct Code and leadership of the department. Ed has two Sheltie dogs named Hondo and Bisquit. Ed’s pronouns are he/him/his.

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Evan Mosher

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Program Assistant

Evan is the Program Assistant for Community Standards & Student Conduct, whose team he joined in December 2019. Evan oversees the administration of the CSSC Office. Evan has supported offices and served students on the UW campus for most of the last 20 years, including long stints in Student Activities and UCIRO. He also works a bonus career as an accomplished audio engineer, musician, actor, and sound designer. He enjoys being a doting pet uncle to countless canines and cats across Seattle. Evan’s pronouns are he/him/his.

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Jessi Benveniste

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Assistant Director

Jessi is the Assistant Director for Community Standards & Student Conduct. Jessi joined the team in the Winter of 2023. Jessi earned a B.S. in Global Studies & Policy and M.S. in Conflict & Dispute Resolution from the University of Oregon. Jessi also received an M.S. in Educational Leadership & Policy from Portland State University. Jessi supports the day-to-day operations in CSSC and works closely with campus partners to ensure a fair and equitable process for students. Jessi aims to create space for students to share and write their stories. Jessi is a proud dog mom to Paprika Joy, a Labrador/Australian Sheppard/Corgi mix. Jessi’s pronouns are she/her/hers.

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Lisa Ho

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Marketing & Communications Intern

Lisa is the Marketing and Communications intern for Community Standards & Student Conduct. Lisa joined the team in late June 2023. Lisa is currently a senior at the Foster School of Business, earning her degree in Marketing and Finance. Lisa hopes to make significant contributions to bridge the gap between CSSC and students by creating student-friendly content. Lisa goes by she/her pronouns.

Zoie Hancock


Conduct Specialist

Zoie is the Conduct Specialist for Community Standards & Student Conduct. Zoie joined the team in March 2024. She earned B.A. degrees in English, Linguistics, and Korean Language & Culture from Indiana University before going on to the University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa to pursue her M.A. in Second Language Studies. Zoie works to provide student-centered care and accountability through the conduct process. Zoie enjoys visiting coffee shops, book stores, and spending time in nature. Zoie’s pronouns are she/her/hers

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