David Tiscione (he/him/his)
Director of Title IX, Compliance, and Assessment
David serves as the Title IX Coordinator and the ADA/504 Coordinator. Previously, David has held roles at 2 and 4-year private and public institutions in Title IX, student conduct, and residence life. David received his Bachelor of Arts from Frostburg State University and Master of Arts from Indiana University of Pennsylvania.
David has over 10 years of experience working within preventing and addressing sexual and gender-based misconduct including serving as an advisor, investigator, hearing panel chair and member, and a Title IX Coordinator and Deputy. David is also experienced as a restorative justice facilitator and infuses its philosophies into his work. David is passionate about preventing and addressing sexual and gender-based misconduct because he has seen the significant harm it causes individuals and communities. David believes in treating everyone with dignity and respect and utilizes trauma-informed practices to help guide individuals through their options and resources.
Mariella Toribio (she/her/hers)
Assistant Director of Title IX, Compliance, and Assessment
Mariella joined the Loyola Title IX Team in 2021 as the Assistant Director of Title IX, Compliance, and Assessment and the Title IX Coordinator for Students. Mariella's prior experiences focused on mental health care, education, and community advocacy. Mariella strives to foster safe and welcoming environments as well as empower those who suffer from marginalization.
Originally from Miami, Florida, she came to Baltimore 4 years ago. She received her undergraduate education from Florida International University, completing a double B.A. in Women's Studies and Psychology. She holds a M.A. in Psychology and is currently pursuing a Ph.D. in International Psychology with a focus on Trauma.
Kelli Walker (she/her/hers)
Program Assistant of Title IX, Compliance, and Assessment
Kelli joined the Loyola Title IX Team in 2021 as the Program Assistant of Title IX, Compliance, and Assessment. Originally from Baltimore, she received her Bachelor of Arts from the University of Baltimore. In her position, Kelli hopes to offer support, holding space for all members of the campus community. Kelli is passionate about helping others and fostering progress.