Responsibilities: Proactively provide leadership to all student related issues or concerns in Atlantic
City; collaborate with academic affairs; campus partners and Atlantic City community
leaders to oversee the coordination of services pertaining to Atlantic City functions
Brief Professional History:Over 10 years of higher education experience; on staff at Stockton since 2011; served
as Assistant Director of Student Development; and Associate Director of Residential
Life; additionally serves as an adjunct faculty member in the School of Education
teaching Leadership, Strategy and Change; active in professional organizations and
Education: Bachelor of Arts in Fine Arts, Concentration in Music (Rider University); Master
of Education in Educational Leadership with a Concentration in Student Affairs (University
of Delaware); Doctor of Education in Educational Leadership and Higher Education (Rowan
Responsibilities:Provide education on student support resources and services to students, faculty,
staff, parents and family. Responsible for providing support, assistance, direct
service, intervention, coaching and follow-up to Care incidents and referrals related
to students in distress and their ability to successfully manage the college environment.
Formulate intervention plans to minimize and/or resolve problems, evaluating needs
of the student and developing plan of action
Brief Professional History: 5 years of higher education experience; on staff at Stockton since 2017; served as
a Complex Director of Residential Life; active member of the military and veteran
advisory board. Member of the Behavioral Intervention Team. Member of the Care Team.
First Osprey Student Engagement Committee Member. Advisor to Omicron Delta Kappa National
Leadership Honor Society.
Education: Bachelor of Arts in Psychology with concentration in Elementary Education. Specialization
in Middle School Math 6-8 (Stockton University). Master of Arts in Education- Special
Education (Stockton University).
Responsibilities: Proactively provides leadership to the Women’s, Gender & Sexuality Center (WGSC)
and Osprey Victim Advocates; collaborates with campus partners and community organizations
to oversee the coordination of services pertaining to victim advocacy on campus.
Brief Professional History: Over 10 years of higher education experience; on staff at Stockton since 2011; served
as Associate Director of Counseling Services; and Interim Director of Wellness Center
and Counseling & Psychological Services (CAPS); Licensed Professional Counselor, Licensed
Alcohol & Drug Counselor, Approved Clinical Supervisor; additionally serves as an
adjunct faculty member in the School of Education teaching Drugs and Alcohol Peer
Education; active in professional organizations and has lectured across country on
issues related to interpersonal violence and stalking.
Education: Bachelor of Arts in Economics, Certificate in Asian Studies (University of Pittsburgh),
Master of Arts in Counseling Psychology (Marymount University)
Responsibilities: Provide confidential advocacy services to student victims of interpersonal violence;
collaborate with campus partners to streamline services and enhance academic support
for students who have been victimized; collaborate with Atlantic County’s community
advocacy program to provide advocacy trainings to campus constituents and continuity
of care between the community and the university; assist in the development and implementation
of violence prevention programs.
Brief Professional History: Ten years of higher education experience; on staff at Stockton since 2013; served in
various administrative support roles in the offices of Residential Life, Health Services,
the Vice President for Student Affairs and the Dean of Students; as Assistant Director
of Care and Community Standards; and Assistant Director of the Women’s, Gender & Sexuality
Center; additionally serves as an adjunct faculty member in the School of General
Studies teaching Peer Education for Interpersonal Violence.
Education: Bachelor of Arts in Communications, Concentration in Photography (Arcadia University); Master
of Education in Higher Education Administration (Northeastern University).