As the Program Coordinator for the Taylor Center, Fleurinor manages Taylor’s marketing communication, oversees the student funding award process, advises student organizations, and supports Taylor programming.
Previously, Fleurinor worked in housing for four years in various roles, including Resident Advisor (RA) and Housing Service Coordinator. In these roles, Fleurinor oversaw a floor of first year students, planning monthly programs and events, regularly meeting with residents, and connecting students to campus resources.
As the Chair of the planning committee for the Tulane Black Arts Festival, one of the largest cultural festivals on campus featuring local and national artists, Fleurinor coordinated marketing and communication, planned all events and programming, spearheaded fundraising and built campus and community partnerships for this two-week event.
As a student leader, Fleurinor served on the Commission of Race and Diversity, meeting monthly with President Fitts and a team of students, staff, and faculty to address issues of race and diversity on campus. Fleurinor also mentored incoming students of color to Tulane as an O Ambassador through the Office of Multicultural Affairs (OMA).
Fleurinor has received multiple awards for her outstanding leadership including the Carlyn Barber-Pierre Trailblazer Award, which honors a student for their commitment to making a difference to the Tulane community through academics and service. Other awards include the Newcomb Oak Wreath, which honors graduating woman, quad RA of the year, the Community Enrichment Award through CPS, and Outstanding Student Organization for Fleurinor’s exceptional leadership as President of the Black Student Union.
Fleurinor holds a Bachelor of Science in Management in Finance with a double major in Classical studies from Tulane University.