Jaclyn Calovine started at Berklee in July 2018. She most recently served as the director of community standards at Babson College. In that role, she provided direct leadership for and management of all undergraduate and graduate student conduct functions. She also served as Babson’s lead investigator in all student-related gender-based misconduct grievances. She spent six years in the Office of Community Standards at Babson in a variety of roles, first as a coordinator, then as an assistant director, then as an associate director, and finally as director.
She received a Bachelor of Arts in communications from Roger Williams University and a Master of Arts in higher education and student affairs from the University of Connecticut. In her role, she serves as Berklee’s lead equity investigator, conducting investigations of reported discrimination and harassment, including sexual misconduct and/or discrimination of any protected characteristic. More generally, she also serves as a member of the Center for Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion, working to make Berklee a more inclusive and equitable community.
She loves working out and trying new fitness studios around Boston. Her favorites are B/SPOKE Studios and Barry's Bootcamp. She is also a diehard New York Mets fan and named her dog Shea after Shea Stadium, the Mets' former home. You can reach her at firstname.lastname@example.org.