Dr. Sandra Miles is the Vice President for Student Affairs and Chief Diversity & Inclusion Officer at Flagler College. She has spent the last 15 years serving as a leader and administrator in higher education. Specifically, she has had extensive experience managing crises, strategic planning, developing leadership programs, working with persons with disabilities, serving as a Dean of Students, Chief Student Affairs Officer, Chief Diversity Officer, Deputy Title IX Coordinator, and mediating disputes.
Compassionate St. Augustine (CSA) is an all-volunteer non-profit organization that has spearheaded impactful and award-winning socially conscious initiatives that focus on criminal justice and prison reform, public art, underserved children, environmental justice, and multi-cultural and interfaith relations.
Flagler College Criminology and Anthropology Major, and Senior Resident Advisor
Robert A. Hardwick was selected in November of 2012 as the 11th Chief of Police for the St. Augustine Beach Police Department. On January 7th of 2013, he assumed the duties and responsibilities for the agency after being sworn in by the five City Commissioners.
Dr. Joshua Behl received his Ph.D. from the University of Florida in August of 2016 where he also received his BA and MA. Dr. Behl's research interests are found at the intersection of psychology and the law. Using criminological, psychological, and sociological theories, he has researched the topics of witness behavior, alibis, and jury decision-making. Dr. Behl applies this research to real-world cases in his work as a trial consultant.
Senior Director for Innovation and Equity for the St. Johns County School District
St. Augustine Resident