Loyola University Chicago

Office of Student Conduct & Conflict Resolution

Division of Student Development

Meet our Team

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Jenna Silver Conflict Resolution Coordinator
In her role as Conflict Resolution Coordinator in the Office of Student Conduct & Conflict Resolution, Jenna uses her background as an educator and mediator to carry out restorative, holistic practices within the student conduct process. Deeply passionate about social justice, she carries this out by engaging in meaningful dialogue and collaboration to repair harm. Jenna’s role centers on facilitation and training to empower students to better care for themselves, each other, and the community. She helps tackle core issues in conflict to generate satisfactory, sustainable solutions for all involved. Jenna holds her BA from Brown University, an MEd from the University of Missouri-St. Louis, and is proud to have recently received her JD from Loyola University Chicago School of Law. When not exploring Chicago’s hidden gems, Jenna enjoys all things food, Lake Michigan, and family.
Alandis R. Phillips Conduct Coordinator
Alandis R. Phillips serves as the Conduct Coordinator 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.
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Brian Houze Assistant Director
‌‌Brian serves as the Assistant Director in the Office of Student Conduct & Conflict Resolution. Brian earned his B.S. in Psychology from the University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign and his M.Ed. in Higher Education from Loyola University Chicago. A proud alum, Brian appreciates the values that Loyola strives to embody and the way that those values impact students' experiences. Besides conduct case management, Brian serves as the lead equity investigator under Loyola's grievance process for gender-based and bias-motivated allegations. He also works to support OSCCR's efforts around legal compliance, data tracking, and process management. Brian enjoys music, biking, reading, and eating his way around Chicago!
Jo Anne Walsh Administrative Assistant
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.
Jake Pieczynski Graduate Assistant
As the Graduate Assistant for the Office of Student Conduct & Conflict Resolution, Jake serves as a conduct hearing administrator and supervises the Student Community Board. He is passionate about education, social justice, equity, and Jesuit values and allows these tenants to guide his work. Jake graduated with a double major in English and Digital Media from Marquette University where he was involved in Residence Life as a Resident Assistant. In the past, Jake has also found joy in working with educational non-profits in a communications capacity. Jake enjoys exploring the city on his bike and going to White Sox games in his free time!