Meet Our Staff

Meet Our Staff

Residence Life Central Staff

Led by the Associate Dean of Students and Director of Residence Life, the Residence Life Central Staff guides the overall efforts of the professional and para- professional staffs. Central Staff positions include the Director, Associate Director, Assistant Directors, Area Coordinators, and Administrative Support Staff.

Amanda Ries, She/Her/Hers
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Assistant Director, Residential Experience
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Kayla Dunn, She/Her/Hers
Assistant Director, Staff Services
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Assistant Director, Academic Initiatives
James Sparkman Jr., He/His/Him
Area Coordinator
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Jacob Seelbach, He/His/Him
Area Coordinator
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Ellen Goedert, She/Her/Hers
Area Coordinator of Towers
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Administrative Assistant to the Director
Katie Peters, She/Her/Hers
Administrative Assistant, Staff Services
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Carly Ramer, She/Her/Hers
Administrative Assistant, Programming
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Resident Directors (RDs)

Resident Directors are full-time, live-in professional staff members who oversee the overall management of a residence hall. Resident Directors have professional degrees and extensive experience working in a college environment.

Brittany Conner, She/Her/Hers
Resident Director, Tower A
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Dalontai Pond, He/Him/His
Resident Director, Tower B Blue
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Jacqui Stubenraugh, She/Her/Hers
Resident Director, Tower B Gold
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Lindsey Smith, She/Her/Hers
Resident Director, Tower C
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Akeim David, He/Him/His
Resident Director, The Bridge on Forbes
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Myranda Shymansky, She/Her/Hers
Resident Director, Nordenberg Hall
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Andrew Skelly, He/Him/His
Resident Director, Holland Hall & Amos Halls
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Sara Wiberg, She/Her/Hers
Resident Director, Bruce, Brackenridge, and McCormick Halls
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Hayley Landers, She/Her/Hers
Resident Director, Sutherland Hall
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Caedyn Krahling, They/Them/Theirs
Resident Director, Forbes Hall and Carlow
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Sutton Stacey, She/Her/Hers
Resident Director, Lothrop Hall
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Pamela Ianiro, She/Her/Ella
Resident Director, Panther & Irvis Halls
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Residence Hall Counselors

Embedded Clinicians are University Counseling Center staff who work with Residence Life to provide outreach and support services to students in residence halls.

Kaitlyn Emile, LPC (She/Her)
Embedded Clinician, 412.648.7930
University Counseling Center Office Location: Lothrop Hall Residence Halls: Lothrop Hall, Forbes Hall. Carlow Housing (Frances Warde Hall - Floors 1 and 2 & Dougherty Hall - Floors 9 and 10)
Marcus O'Leary (He/Him)
Embedded Clinician, 412.648.7930
University Counseling Center Office Location: McCormick Hall (Blockhouse) - Suite 100 Residence Halls: Amos Hall, Bruce Hall, Brackenridge Hall, Holland Hall, McCormick Hall, Nordenberg Hall
Adam Gregory, Ph.D., LPC, NCC (He/Him)
Embedded Clinician, 412.648.7930
University Counseling Center Office Location: Litchfield Towers Lounge 103 Residence Halls: Litchfield Towers A/B/C
Jay Wiggin (He/Him)
Embedded Clinician, 412.648.7930
University Counseling Center Office Location: Sutherland Hall C113 Residence Halls: Sutherland Hall, Irvis Hall, Panther Hall

Assistant Resident Directors (ARDs)

ARDs are part-time staff members who assist the RD in overseeing the residence hall. They are currently pursuing their Master’s Degree and are an integral part of the community.

Adia Hearns
Assistant Resident Director, Tower A
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Josh Campbell
Assistant Resident Director, Holland Hall
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Resident Assistants (RAs)

Resident Assistants are some of the most important people at the University. They are students, just like you, who are available to assist you and serve as a resource providing information related to events/programming, behavioral expectations, crisis response, and academic and social support. Resident Assistants also work with residents to help create a comfortable living-learning environment for all.

A group photo of the Res Life Staff

Community Assistants (CAs)

CAs serve in the same capacity as our RAs, but they are particularly focused on the undergraduate student-athlete population that reside in our “Bridge Community”.