ASWSU Global Director of Diversity and Equity Job Description


Minimum of 12 hours per week, maximum 18 hours per week.

Job Purpose

ASWSU Global serves as a representative body and voice between students and the faculty, staff, administration and the Washington State University community. ASWSUG’s mission is to develop and maintain a supportive leadership organization while advocating for Washington State University Global Campus students and their unique needs and interests; design and facilitate events and informational services to all students; and provide opportunities for students to achieve fuller participation in our campus community through student involvement activities.

The Director of Diversity and Equity will ensure ASWSUG, and its programs and initiatives are aligned with the needs of ALL students. The focus of this role is to identify ways in which WSU Global Campus can maintain diversity and equity within the WSU Global system and strive to level the playing field for students who have been historically underrepresented and overlooked. The Director of Diversity and Equity will also serve as Global Campus’s Social Justice Peer Educator (SJPE).

Duties and Responsibilities

  • Champion’s diversity efforts within the Global Campus.
  • Work with Executive Board to ensure ASWSU Global initiatives are inherently inclusive by keeping students from multicultural backgrounds, diverse life stages, differently abled students, and many others in mind during development and implementation.
  • Works with Director of Student Events and Logistics to create multicultural and diversity themed events.
  • Work with Director of Communications and Compliance and Director of Promotions to ensure positive representation of diversity in publications and other messaging actions.
  • Engage with WSU Global campus students about diversity as often as possible to cultivate diversified student-to-student relationships.
  • Facilitate the promotion of ASWSU Global direct services, educational support, and reimbursements to students based on student demographics and needs, in conjunction with the Director of Promotions.
  • Advocate for student services that support diversity, equity, and inclusion of all students.
  • Attend all ASWSU Global sponsored events either in-person or virtual.
  • Is an active member of the Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion committee

Position Description

Social Justice Peer Educator (SJPE)

  • Complete Social Justice Peer Educator (SJPE) training through the Office of Outreach and Education.
  • Attend all required meetings with the Office of Outreach and Education.
  • Work with the Office of Outreach and Education to create, plan, and host educational workshops which cover topics related to diversity and equity, and are geared towards Global campus students.

Campus & Community Engagement

  • Communicate with President and Vice President about student comments and concerns that come to your attention pertaining to WSU Global campus.
  • Always represent WSU Global Campus positively and professionally, both on and off campus, while serving as the ASWSU Global Director of Diversity and Equity and Global SJPE representative.
  • Uphold and honor the Washington State University and ASWSU Global Mission Statements while serving as the ASWSU Global Director of Diversity and Equity and Global SJPE representative.

Meeting Management & Committee Participation

  • Attend all ASWSU Global Executive Board meetings and events, unless previously approved.
  • Adhere to all the time requirements pertaining to office hours as specified in the Bylaws
  • Provide concise Director report at each Executive Board meeting.
  • Include and loop President/Vice President in all projects and events
  • Meet with President/Vice President on a monthly basis, or more frequently when requested.
  • Serve on committees within or outside of ASWSU Global, as appointed or requested by the President/Vice President.


  • Currently enrolled S&A fee paying Global Campus student.
  • Able to work and collaborate virtually, with minimal technical difficulties within reason.
  • Must be in good academic and disciplinary standing and maintain a minimum GPA of 2.5
  • Able to commit to a full term from April 2023 through May 2024.
  • Willing to travel to in-person events and meetings.
  • Possesses knowledge of leading and developing a team and maintaining relationships with leaders.
  • Possesses excellent time management, communication, and interpersonal skills.
  • Exhibits student leadership through the servant leadership model.
  • Willing to be flexible with time commitments while maintaining a self-starter attitude.
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