Jackie Stelmaszczyk, serves as the investigator for Manley Burke. Jackie is a seasoned investigator with ten years of experience in student conduct and organization conduct, including working as a campus-based professional and fraternity headquarters staff member. Prior to Manley Burke, Jackie worked for Pi Kappa Phi Headquarters managing the fraternity’s investigation efforts and resolutions. Jackie has also worked in student conduct roles at Johns Hopkins University and Indiana University-Bloomington, and in residence life roles at the University of Houston, Towson University, and the University of Texas at Austin. She has a wealth of experience in leading investigations for misconduct, including hazing, sexual misconduct, verbal and physical violence, and misconduct related to drugs and alcohol. Jackie’s professional experience also includes responsibility for facilitating hearings, developing educational outcomes for individual and group cases, and policy creation and review.
Jackie received a B.A. in Social Work from the University of Maryland, Baltimore County (UMBC) and a M.S. in Human Resource Development for Educational Leadership from Towson University. As a highly driven professional, Jackie is currently a HESA doctoral student at Indiana University-Bloomington. Her research interests center on hazing, increased reporting methods, and collaborative resolutions for organization misconduct.
As an expert in her field, Jackie is committed to upholding the highest ethical standards. Her impeccable attention to detail, organizational skills, and exceptional communication skills have enabled her to maintain productive relationships with both clients and colleagues.
225 West Court Street
Cincinnati, OH 45202
University of Maryland, Bachelor of Arts
Towson University, Master of Science in Human Resource Development for Educational Leadership
Professionally & Community Affiliations
Member & Volunteer, Phi Mu Fraternity for Women
Judicial Appeals Committee Member, National Panhellenic Conference
Association for Student Conduct Administration