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Meet Our Staff

Jeremy Bourgoin—Director

Jeremy is the Director of the Office of Student Accountability, Community Standards, and Academic Integrity. Jeremy previously served as Assistant Director in Student Accountability and was the adviser to the Undergraduate Honor Council for five years. Before working in Student Accountability, Jeremy held progressive roles in Residential Life and the Dean of Students Office at the University of Miami overseeing half of the residential first-year student population, serving as a conduct officer, and running the student conduct/crisis unit for Miami Hurricanes Athletics events. Originally from Tennessee, Jeremy received his B.S. from UT Chattanooga before earning his Masters in Higher Education Administration from Peabody College. During his time at Peabody, Jeremy served as a Head Resident, Graduate Assistant to the Dean of the Ingram Commons, and the Assistant Advisor to VUcept. Jeremy loves spending time with his family and friends, trying new restaurants in Nashville, and cheering on his hometown teams (Titan Up and Anchor Down)!

Randall Williams—Assistant Director, Student Accountability

Randall serves as the Assistant Director of Student Accountability. Randall brings a wealth of knowledge and depth of experience in the field of Student Conduct where he has served for the last 11 years. Prior to Vanderbilt, Randall served as the Director of Student Conduct and Community Standards at Dean College. Randall also has broad experience in the field of Residence Life and Title IX Education and Training. Randall is an Appalachian State University graduate from Fayetteville, North Carolina and is fan of travel, sports, and collecting shoes.

Marissa McGillis—Assistant Director, Academic Integrity

Marissa McGillis is the Assistant Director for Academic Integrity in the Office of Student Accountability, Community Standards, and Academic Integrity. As Assistant Director, Marissa is responsible for developing, coordinating, and maintaining the university’s Honor System. In this role, she also serves as the staff adviser to the Undergraduate Honor Council and the primary investigator for alleged Honor Code violations involving graduate and professional students in the Divinity School, the Owen Graduate School of Management, Peabody College of Education and Human Development, and the School of Nursing. From 2017-2019, Marissa worked as a graduate assistant in the Office of Student Accountability while pursuing a master’s degree in Peabody College. Most recently, she served as a program coordinator within Vanderbilt’s residential college system, where she implemented faculty-driven residential programs and directed Transfer Student Orientation. In her free time, Marissa enjoys traveling, cycling, and spending time with family and friends.

Elaine Currie—Coordinator, Student Accountability & Academic Integrity

Elaine is a second-year graduate student in the Higher Education Administration M.Ed. program at Vanderbilt. As a graduate assistant, Elaine investigates alleged violations of the Honor Code and aids in advising the Undergraduate Honor Council. Elaine graduated with a B.S. in Psychology and a minor in Education, Learning, and Society from the University of Washington in Seattle. At the UW, she served as the Vice President of Member Development for Pi Beta Phi, volunteered as an undergraduate teaching assistant for biopsychology, stress psychology, and cognitive psychology courses, and worked at the ArtsUW Ticket Office. In her free time, Elaine loves to travel, both domestically and internationally, and she is hoping to visit Australia next!

Brent Dawson—Administrative Assistant

Brent serves as the Administrative Assistant for the Office of Student Accountability, Community Standards, & Academic Integrity. In this role, Brent leads the administrative operations of the office and is a first point of contact for students coming to or calling the office. He earned his bachelor’s degree in Psychology (with a minor in History) from Gonzaga University and plans to continue his graduate education by earning a Master’s in Social Psychology. Brent came to Vanderbilt after transitioning from active to reserve duty as a United States Marine Corps Officer. During his active duty time, Brent attended various entry level and advanced schools in order to be certified in his military occupational specialty as a Logistics Officer. He has a variety of work experience in higher education, working in both the Athletics department and Parent and Family Relations office while at Gonzaga. Outside of his career at Vanderbilt, Brent still serves as a Reserve officer in the Marine Corps and enjoys reading and training for long distance triathlons.

Josh Wolf—Graduate Assistant

Josh is a first-year graduate student in the Higher Education Administration M.Ed. program at Vanderbilt. In his role as a graduate assistant, Josh investigates academic integrity cases and supports the Undergraduate Honor Council. Josh graduated with a B.A. in Geography from the University of Vermont (UVM). At UVM, Josh served as a Director for the University’s Alternative Spring Break program, facilitating service learning opportunities and supporting student and community relations. Post graduation, Josh served two terms with Vermont Youth Tomorrow AmeriCorps program, providing administrative program support to local nonprofits. In his free time, he enjoys connecting with friends and playing with his pets.