2020 Fellows

  • Anja Lee

  • Caitlin Scott

  • Valerie White

  • Ray Windsor

About the Fellows

Anja Lee

Anja Lee is the Assistant Dean of the College for the First-Year and Sophomore Experience. In this role, Anja oversees the academic transition and continued academic success for first-year and sophomore students and provides support to students who are facing personal and health challenges that affect their academic success. Prior to this, Anja served as the Health Careers Advisor and continues to provide academic and co-curricular advising to first-year and sophomore interested in a career within the health professions. She began her work in higher education as a residence hall director at Providence College.  Prior to her arrival at Brown, Anja worked as a mental health counselor for adolescents and as a student development counselor at the Community College of Rhode Island. She has a deep interest in working with students who experience personal challenges during their academic journey and ensuring all students have a smooth and successful transition to college. Raised in the Republic of the Marshall Islands, Anja received her B.A. in Psychology and M.Ed. in Counseling, with a focus on mental health counseling, from Providence College. 

Caitlin Scott

Caitlin Scott is the Communications Coordinator and Executive Assistant at the Center for the Study of Race and Ethnicity in America (CSREA) and has been at Brown since 2013. She also serves on Brown's Diversity and Inclusion Oversight Board, which assesses progress related to goals set forth in the university-wide Diversity and Inclusion Action Plan (DIAP). Born and raised in Rhode Island, Caitlin has an MA in American Studies with a concentration in Museums and Communities from Trinity College, Hartford, and a BA in Art History from Fairfield
University. When not working, she enjoys playing tennis, walking along the water, and visiting museums. 


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Valerie White

Valerie White DeLaCámara–she/her/hers–is the Administrative Coordinator for the Health Services, Policy & Practice Department where she is an appointed member of the School of Public Health’s Diversity and Inclusion Advisory Committee. Valerie joined Brown in 2013 with over nine years of higher education experience, many of which were spent as a copyeditor and writer in alumni publications. She brought this experience to her current role, where she is the department’s website editor and manages the department’s social media strategy and implementation.

Responsible for a broad range of administrative projects, Valerie supports aspects of both faculty affairs and the Health Services Research (HSR) PhD Program, in addition to managing
administrative operations for the Chair, the inaugural dean of the School and the HSR Program Director. Valerie considers it a privilege to support students on their journey through the Program and on to outstanding careers. She has found it particularly meaningful to work in the School during the pandemic supporting world-class researchers and educators, many of whose research focuses on disparities in healthcare that seeks to ensure equitable, inclusive and quality public health for all. These foundational principles–equity and inclusion–inform everything she does in both her personal and professional life.

Valerie will complete a Bachelor of Arts in English with a minor in Medieval and Renaissance Studies from the University of Massachusetts in 2022. Her visual rhetoric artwork has been featured in the 2021 Brown Arts Initiative Staff After Hours: Alphabetic Exhibition, the Rhode Island Historical Society’s RI COVID-19 Archive and will be featured during Staff Development Week 2021.


Ray Windsor

Ray Windsor

Ray Windsor is the Graduate School office manager and executive assistant to the Dean of the Graduate School. He provides administrative support to the Dean and Graduate School senior leaders in addition to overseeing the daily operations of their Horace Mann office building. He has been with Brown for 5 years and currently serves as a member of the
Staff Advisory Council, the Diversity and Inclusion Oversight Board, and the Brown University Community Council. Although a native New Englander, Ray has previously worked for a
variety of companies such as the New Yorker magazine, the City of San Francisco, and the Benedict School in St. Petersburg, Russia. An alumnus of Vassar College, Ray is the Chair of the Vassar Alumni Admissions Program in Rhode Island. His interest in student affairs and higher education administration has led him to pursue a career in university management and he looks forward to entering his master's program in higher education in May 2021. When not working, you will find him restoring his 1725 historic home and maintaining his English rose garden.