- Area Coordinator for Multicultural and Identity-Based Communities
- BA, English, creative writing, Franklin & Marshall College
- MSEd, higher education, University of Pennsylvania
Originally from Newark, New Jersey, Douglas is half-Filipino and half-Jamaican and grew up all over the Northeast. While attending Franklin & Marshall College, he began to volunteer with local nonprofits related to college access initiatives.
Since then, Douglas has been involved in numerous college access and success nonprofits including the College Advising Corps, America Achieves, Talent Search, Bloomberg Philanthropies, and Matriculate.
He’s held roles as a college advisor, career counselor, English teacher, program coordinator, and strategic consultant. Most recently, Douglas has worked at Wharton Executive Education as a program coordinator where he planned and executed educational programs for top-ranking executives in companies such as Google, Target, Estée Lauder, the United States Army, and Facebook.
At Oberlin, he oversees all identity- and language-based residence halls. These residences include Allencroft, Bailey, Baldwin, Harvey, Johnson, Kade, Lord, Old Barrows, Price, Quadrangle, and Zechiel.
He also serves as a student conduct hearing officer and advisor, a Title IX hearing panelist and advisor, and is on multiple committees and groups throughout the college to help promote diversity and equity across the college.