Meet Our Team


Rev. Charles Oduke, Ph.D.

Rev. Charles Oduke, Ph.D., serves as the interim director of the office of Inclusive Excellence and Global Education. In this role, he works closely with the team to enhance diversity and inclusion initiatives, racial justice efforts and multicultural programming, promote study abroad, and support the College’s international students and global vision.

For the years, Father Oduke has served in various capacities at Le Moyne, including advising students in the HEOP and AHANA program, partnering with Inclusive Excellence and Global Education, and serving as a professor of philosophy and the Core. He is deeply steeped in Ignatian pedagogy and Jesuit ethos. Prior to coming to Le Moyne, Father Oduke taught philosophy, social justice, and African Diaspora studies at Boston College and JOOUST. He has worked for nearly two decades in higher education administration and, as a Lonergan scholar, has focused his research and writing on areas of bias, social justice, ethics, and philosophy of liberation. He has lived and worked throughout the world and has mentored countless number of students from various cultures, ethnicities, nations and faith traditions. He received a bachelor of arts in theology from Hekima College in Nairobi and his doctorate in philosophy from Boston College.

Demitrius McNeil

Presidential Fellow

Where are you from?
Washington, DC

Where did you go to college and what did you study?
Le Moyne College, Class of 2018
Majored in Business Analytics and Marketing

What makes you feel alive?
Building community, exploring my creativity nature, and listen to others stories

A secret talent that many people don’t know about you?
I love cooking and baking

Cameron Albrecht

Office Administrator

Where are you from?
Green City, MO

Where did you go to college and what did you study?
Haverford College, Haverford, PA (Class of 2020)
Major: History
Minor: Spanish
Concentration: Latin American & Iberian Studies

What makes you feel alive?
Finding common ground and developing relationships with individuals who possess different lived experiences than myself, particularly the exact moment we discover a shared interest.

A secret talent that no one knows about you?
I learned how to ride a bike at the age of 23