Student Conduct Education and Administration Staff

Aleigha Mariott serves as the Coordinator of Student Conduct Education and Administration. In her role, she provides overall direction and leadership for all aspects of Student Conduct process at Oklahoma State University. She investigates, manages and resolves alleged violations of university policy. Aleigha also serves as the University's Deputy Title IX Coordinator and is responsible for addressing issues of gender discrimination with students. Aleigha earned her M.S. in Student Affairs as well as a graduate certificate in Conflict and Dispute Resolution from Missouri State University and her B.S. in Sociology-Criminology from Kansas State University. Aleigha previously worked in a variety of roles in Residence Life.

Sara Drischler serves as one of the Assistant Coordinators of Student Conduct Education and Administration. Sara graduated with her B.A. in English from Washington and Jefferson College and her M.Ed. in Educational Leadership and Policy Studies with an emphasis in Higher Education Administration from the University of Texas at Arlington. Sara has previously worked in student life at a community college, and worked at UT Arlington in the student union as well as in residence life, during which time she did collateral work with the Office of Student Conduct.

Lauren Langford serves as one of the Assistant Coordinators of Student Conduct Education and Administration. Lauren graduated with her B.S. in Psychology from Virginia Tech and her M.S. in Higher Education from the Pennsylvania State University. Lauren was the Graduate Assistant in Student Activities and Graduate Intern in Student Conduct at Penn State.

Jordan Bonstrom serves as one of the Assistant Coordinators of Student Conduct Education and Administration. Jordan graduated from the University of North Dakota with his B.A. in Sociology and his M.A. in Higher Education Administration from the University of Alabama. Jordan has served in multiple roles in residence life at the University of Alabama, University of Portland and most recently at Southern Illinois University Edwardsville. 

Olivia Miller serves as the Prevention Specialist. In her role, she oversees the 1 is 2 Many campaign and serves as a Case Manger for Back on TRAC. Olivia graduated with her B.A. in Director of Christian Education from Concordia University Chicago and her M.S. in Educational Leadership Studies from Oklahoma State University. Olivia has previously worked in Campus Living and Learning at Baylor University and was a Graduate Assistant in Housing and Residential Life at Oklahoma State Univeristy.    

Katherine Henderson serves as the Administrative Support Assistant. After earning her B.A. in International Relations from the University of Rochester, she later established the Guardian Scholars Foundation, where she served as Director of the nonprofit until her move to Stillwater.