Jodi Eisenberg Mulhall (she/her) is the Director of Student Engagement & New Student Programs at Haverford College. She graduated from Bryn Mawr in 2006 with a degree in Comparative Literature with honors and minors in English, Spanish, and Creative Writing. She received a Fulbright grant to spend a year in Madrid, Spain, and then moved to San Diego, California to attend graduate school, during which she was able to return to Spain to conduct fieldwork throughout the southern region. She received an M.A. and C.Phil. in Literatures in Spanish from University of California, San Diego, and taught courses in the Literatures in Spanish and Muir College Writing Programs. At University of San Diego, Jodi taught in the Languages & Literatures department, before joining the then-new Student Equity department at MiraCosta College in Oceanside, California. She was the inaugural coordinator of the college's Social Justice & Equity Center, where she designed a paid internship program for students to earn academic credit while designing a research project on a topic of their choice. She has published articles, presented at national conferences, and served as a consultant for colleges and other organizations around the country who want to have authentic conversations around equity and inclusion. Having returned to the Bi-Co, Jodi is determined to bring her experience in equity, inclusion, and access to her role leading and coordinating collegewide events and programs. She is a partner and a champion of students, and hopes to do the passion, brilliance, and bravery of Haverford students justice through her work. She lives in Havertown with her wife, twin daughters, and elderly cat.