Tiveeda Stovall MSW, EdD
Director, Campus Compact for Virginia
tstovall {at} compact(.)org | (540) 568-7633

Tiveeda has over 25 years of experience with children, adolescents, and families in community, nonprofit, and institutional settings conducting workshops and groups around community engagement, service-learning, youth development, inclusive pedagogy, youth participatory action research, social justice curriculum development, deliberative dialogues, and non-profit strategic planning.

Previously, Tiveeda worked as a national educational consultant specializing in community connections. She also served for ten years as Executive Director/Founder of eXcel Youth Zone, a statewide nonprofit in California that engaged over 30,000 K-12 youth in service-learning opportunities.

Tiveeda has developed curricula and served as a Graduate School instructor at Stevenson University with courses in the Community-Based Education and Learning program. Between 2002 and 2016, she served as an adjunct professor in sociology and psychology, an assistant professor in EOPS and CalWorks, and as a Professor of Practice/Community Fellow at the Mulvaney Center for Community, Advocacy, and Social Action at University of San Diego.    She earned her Ed.D. at Johns Hopkins University in the School of Education and earned her Master’s in Social Welfare from the University of California, Berkeley.



Kristina has a passion for community engagement and enhancement. She has over 8 years of experience in local community involvement, event planning, administration, communications, and education. A graduate of Bridgewater College, she enjoys connecting with and aiding individuals as well as higher education institutions and is a self-proclaimed organization addict and list-maker.   She and her wonderful husband, James, enjoy life with their rescued pets: their yellow lab mix, Toby, and their cat, Hazel. Kristina looks forward to continuing the mission of Campus Compact on the James Madison University campus, in the community, and around the Commonwealth.




Addison Tucker
James Madison University Engagement Fellow
tucke4al {at} jmu(.)edu

As a graduate of JMU’s Social Work department and former Diversity Educator for the Center for Multicultural Student Services, Addison is passionate about addressing societal injustice and inequity. She completed two service years under AmeriCorps from 2017-2019. During those two years, Addison led conversations addressing identity and social justice through classroom discussions and afterschool programming in various public schools around Boston, MA. She believes that before we can overcome systemic and ingrained prejudice, we must first be able and willing to have open dialogue around what these are and how they exist.  She is excited to be the Campus Compact fellow and to inspire and encourage those around her to be actively engaged in their own lives and the lives of others.