Travis W. Proffitt
Hello! My name is Travis Proffitt and I am the Director of Academic Diversity Initiatives and Instructor in Peace & Social Justice Studies at Emory & Henry College.
I am a 2004 graduate of Emory & Henry, holding degrees in Religion and Public Policy & Community Service. I completed my M.A. in Social Justice at Loyola University Chicago in May 2008.
In 2017, I began doctoral studies at The Union Institute & University, where I’m pursuing a Ph.D. in Humanities and Culture. My research focuses broadly on diversity in Appalachia, with my forthcoming dissertation research on religious diversity and identity in rural Appalachian communities.
Please stop by the Inclusion & Dialogue Center and visit for a while. I’d appreciate your perspective on what makes an E&H education meaningful for all persons and how we can make the educational experience inclusive and representative of our diverse community.
- Ph.D. Humanities and Culture, Union Institute & University - In Progress
- M.A., Social Justice, Loyola University Chicago
- B.A., Religion, Emory & Henry College
- B.A., Public Policy & Community Service, Emory & Henry College