Loyola University Chicago

Office of Student Conduct & Conflict Resolution

Division of Student Development

Meet our Team


Stacey P. Jaksa Director (She, Her, Hers)
As the Director in the Office of Student Conduct & Conflict Resolution, Stacey provides comprehensive leadership, management, and vision for the department.  This includes supervision of the full-time staff, overseeing the University’s conduct and conflict resolution processes, including administration of the Maxient conduct software, and facilitating the office’s assessment methods.  Prior to joining the Loyola community, Stacey worked in Student Affairs at DePaul University and the University of South Florida.  She earned her B.A.A. in Family Studies from Central Michigan University and her M.S. in Counseling and Student Development from Eastern Illinois University.  Stacey enjoys infusing restorative methods in her work and also spends time volunteering for her national sorority, Sigma Sigma Sigma.
Willie Gore
Willie Gore, Assistant Director for Conflict Resolution Services (He, Him, His) 
As the Assistant Director for Conflict Resolution Services, Willie is responsible for providing conflict resolution services for students and staff across the University system through training, advocacy, and consultation. This position is also responsible for coordinating preventative outreach through the framework and practice of restorative justice. Prior to joining the OSCCR team, Willie worked full-time in Residential Education at both DePaul University and Saint Louis University.  Willie received his B.A. in English and Black Studies from Allegheny College and his M.Ed. in Higher Education from Loyola University Chicago, where he also served as an Assistant Residence Director. Willie’s interests include faith/spirituality, helping others to find purpose/motivation, and he has a passion for working with and supporting marginalized populations. Willie is also a huge sports fan – especially the New York Knicks (NBA), San Francisco 49ers (NFL), and the Pittsburgh Pirates (MLB).
Alandis R. Phillips Assistant Director of Student Conduct (He, Him, His) 
Alandis R. Phillips serves as the Assistant Director in the Office of Student Conduct & Conflict Resolution. In this role, Alandis serves as a conduct hearing officer, trainer, and liaison to various departments across the Institution. Some of Alandis’ passions include mentoring, working with students from disadvantaged backgrounds, and servant leadership. Prior to joining the OSCCR Team at Loyola, Alandis worked as a Residence Life Coordinator at The University of Wisconsin-Madison. He earned his B.S. in Sociology and his M.S.ED in Adult & Higher Education from Northern Illinois University. Alandis is also a native of Chicago’s Southside. In his free time enjoys playing & watching basketball, socializing with family & friends, trying new restaurants, and binge watching his favorite TV shows.
Jae Joseph Student Conduct Coordinator (She, Her, Hers) 
Jae Joseph serves as the Student Conduct Coordinator in the Office of Student Conduct & Conflict Resolution. In this role, Jae serves as a principal conduct hearing officer and liaison to various departments across the Institution. Jae is a native of Chicago and is passionate about assisting first generation students in navigating higher education and connecting students with varying demographics to resources and opportunities. Jae obtained her B.S. in Community Health Education from Illinois State University and her MSW from DePaul University. Jae is an avid reader and enjoys live music and comedy shows as well as discovering hidden gems throughout Chicago.
Jo Anne Walsh Administrative Assistant (She, Her, Hers) 
Fresh from the University of Iowa, Jo Anne joined advertising giant Young & Rubicam where she sharpened her advertising skills until joining Scholastic Inc. as Midwest Marketing Director. Jo Anne worked with the likes of Hallmark and SC Johnson developing and implementing quality “in-classroom” marketing programs. Ten years later, Jo Anne was wooed into joining the family business centered in real estate, and became an administrator and real estate agent. Exposure to quality education models via her children’s schools led Jo Anne to leave the real estate business and find a position in education at Loyola's Division of Student Development. As she rides into the sunset of her career, Jo Anne enjoys being in a position where she can assist the quality work being done with and for our students.
Carllie Meeks Graduate Intern  (She, Her, Hers) 
As the Graduate Intern for the Office of Student Conduct & Conflict Resolution, Carllie serves as a conduct hearing administrator and supervises the Student Community Board. She is passionate about mental health services in low-funded areas and is pursuing a MSW with a focus in schools. Carllie graduated with a BSW and a minor in Peace, Conflict and Justice studies from Loyola University Chicago where she was involved in Residence Life as a Resident Assistant, SDMA as a student leader and First and Second Year Experience as an Orientation leader. Carllie enjoys working with children and youth from low-income areas, by being a role model and sharing her own story. Carllie is a plant connoisseur and hopes one day to become a Cuban Citizen.