Career Staff

  • Dr. Tricia Bertram Gallant

    Dr. Tricia Bertram Gallant

    Director, joined UC San Diego in August 2006. Dr. Bertram Gallant is an internationally known expert on integrity and ethics in education. She has consulted with or presented at high schools, colleges, universities and professional associations throughout the U.S. and around the world, including in Australia, Canada, Chile, Egypt, England, Jamaica, Mexico, Montenegro, Singapore, and Ukraine. She is the author of numerous journal articles and book chapters, as well as author of "Academic Integrity in the Twenty-First Century" (Jossey-Bass, 2008), co-author of "Cheating in School" (Wiley-Blackwell, 2009), editor of "Creating the Ethical Academy" (Routledge, 2011), section editor for the Handbook of Academic Integrity (Springer, 2016), and co-editor of Cheating Academic Integrity: Lessons Learned from 30 Years of Research. Tricia is a long-time leader with the International Center for Academic Integrity (ICAI), of which UC San Diego is an institutional member, including serving as their Advisory Council Chair (2008-2010), Transition Co-Chair (2015-2017) and member Board of Directors (2017-2020). In 2018, Tricia was the first recipient and namesake of the Award for Service presented by ICAI. You can follow Tricia professionally on Twitter or Facebook (@tbertramgallant) and see her CV here.

  • Allison Riley

    Allison Riley

    Education Coordinator, is a two-time UCSD alum (B.A. and M.A.) who joined the AI Office in August 2019. Allison brings sixteen years of experience working in education to her new position as Education Coordinator.  As an instructor, she has developed curriculum for and taught English to speakers of other languages in a wide variety of settings including the English Language Institute at UCSD Extension, Cuyamaca College and MiraCosta College.  For the past five years, Allison has been a faculty member teaching English Composition and the Director of The Center for Academic and Student Success at NewSchool of Architecture and Design.  There, among other things, she championed academic integrity initiatives, developed and ran student workshops and faculty development sessions, and oversaw the Disability Access Office and tutoring programs. As the Education Coordinator, Allison teaches and coordinates our AI Training programs, meets with struggling students, conducts preventative outreach and education with undergraduate and graduate students, and supervises the Peer Educators.
  • Andrew Dawood

    Andrew Dawood

    Assistant Education Coordinator, joined our staff in May 2022 to help us through a transition. Andrew works closely wtih Allison and Klaas to provide our AI Training and Integrity Mentorship Program to hundreds of students each quarter.
  • Annie DeLoach

    Annie DeLoach

    Case Coordinator, joined the AI Office staff in August 2019 but has worked at UC San Diego for almost 12 years, starting in the Extended Studies (“Extension”) department as a part-time student staff. Throughout her time with Extension, Annie oversaw departmental areas such as financial assistance, petitions/formal grievances, academic and non-academic misconduct, and student disability accommodations. Annie comes to the AI Office having experience as an Appropriate Administrative Authority (AAA) for the Policy on Integrity of Scholarship, meaning that she resolved academic misconduct cases involving Extension students taking campus courses through the Concurrent Enrollment program. As one of the three Case Coordinators, Annie is responsible for managing academic integrity violation cases and meeting with students to resolve caeses.
  • Christina McGilvray Lane

    Christina McGilvray Lane

    Senior Case Coordinator, joined the AI Office staff in August 2019. Christina transitioned to UC San Diego from Washington State University (WSU) where she was the Senior Conduct Officer in the Center for Community Standards. At WSU, Christina oversaw the distribution and completion of all community standards cases, totaling approximately 2,500 incidents per year distributed between twenty conduct officers. Christina assisted the transition to new policy and procedural guidelines, including the design and implementation of a formal adjudication process and the onboarding of residence life conduct officers. Christina has personally managed and conducted case resolution meetings for approximately 2,000 cases and is trained in Brief Intervention with Motivational Interviewing, Mental Health First Aid, and Ally Training to name a few. As the Senior Case Coordinator at UC San Diego, Christina oversees the Case Coordinator Team and the management of all academic misconduct cases. She is also the key data and project policy analyst for the AI Office.
  • Elizabeth (Lizzie) Kiner

    Elizabeth (Lizzie) Kiner

    Case Coordinator, joined the AI Office staff in September 2021. Lizzie is originally from Long Beach, California and is a two-time graduate of Cal Poly San Luis Obispo with a B.A in Sociology and a M.S. in Higher Education Counseling and Student Affairs. She worked at Cal Poly as a conduct case investigator and mediated university policy violation cases regarding academic integrity and drug and alcohol abuse. Through her experiences, she strives to intentionally develop ethically responsible students while embodying empathy. As a case coordinator, Lizzie is responsible for managing academic integrity violation cases and meeting with students to resolve cases.
  • Klaas Van Der Wey

    Klaas Van Der Wey

    Education Coordinator, joined the AI Office staff on a temporary basis in Fall 2019. Klaas first served as an interim Office Administrator and then stayed on as an interim Case Coordinator and is now serving as an Education Coordinator alongside Allison. 

  • Maria Manzo

    Maria Manzo

    Case Coordinator, joined the AI Office as a Peer Educator in Winter 2018 and became an Assistant Coordinator shortly after. Maria graduated from UC San Diego in 2020 and is currently a Case Coordinator responsible for managing academic integrity violation cases and meeting with students to resolve caeses.
  • Yvette Booker

    Office Administrator, joined the AI Office in June 2022 to help us through a transition period. Yvette provides executive and administrative support to the AI Office staff members and students on a broad range of complex and confidential matters related to academic integrity violation cases and after-education training. She also manages the complex calendars of the AI Office including AI Review Boards; and she is responsible for all administrative aspects of all-campus programs, such as the Integrity Tutorial, Integrity Contest, and the Integrity Awards program.