Tina Rajmaira, Interim Vice President for Student Developmentchristina.email@example.com
Tina is the Interim Vice President for Student Development, and has direct oversight for the Office of Campus and Residential Services, Center for Career Services, Campus Safety and Emergency Management, Campus Ministry, International Student Services as well as Graduate and Commuter Services. Tina joined the Marymount team in 2013 and holds a Masters Degree in Educational Leadership from the University of San Diego and a Bachelor's Degree in Biology from the University of California, Irvine.
Kelly L. DeSenti, Dean for Student Development and Engagementkelly.firstname.lastname@example.org
Kelly is the Dean for Student Development and Engagement in the Offices of Student Development. Her portfolio of direct supervision includes New Student Transitions, Campus Programs and Leadership Development, the Counseling Center, the Student Health Center and the office of Student Conduct and Academic Integrity. Kelly has worked in higher education since 1990 and joined the Marymount staff in 2000. She earned a Bachelor of Arts in English from the University of Massachusetts-Dartmouth, a Master of Science in Counseling and Psychological Services from Springfield College and a post graduate certificate in Counseling from Marymount University.
Marjory Eisenman, Director for Student Developmentmarjory.email@example.com
Marjory came to Marymount in 2006 in the role of Liaison to the Dean for Student Development. In current position, she works with the staff in all areas within Student Development and assists with professional development, budgets, and candidate searches. In addition, Marjory leads the Family Orientation program. She earned a Bachelor of Arts in History and American Studies from the University of Kansas and a Master of Science in Higher Education Administration from Iowa State University.
Corri Pfister, Director for New Student Transitionscorri.firstname.lastname@example.org
Corri came to Marymount in the spring of 2012 as the Coordinator for New Student Transitions. In this role Corri coordinates all programming for new first year and transfer students, including New Student Orientation and the Peer Mentor program. Corri earned a Bachelor of Science in Psychology from Lynchburg College and a Master of Education in Community Counseling from Lynchburg College.
Joe A. Blount, Jr., Coordinator fo Military & Veteran Student Services
Joe A. Blount, Jr. MA, NCC was hired in June, 2013 as the Coordinator, Military and Veteran Student Services for Marymount University. Joe served in the U.S. Army for 24 years and has worked in the military education field in various capabilities since his retirement. He used the Vietnam G.I. Bill to fund his Bachelor's degree and the Vocational Rehabilitation program to fund his Master's degree in Counseling Psychology from Marymount University. He will bring a wealth of experience and knowledge concerning issues that students may encounter with the VA.
Sarah Burnett, Coordinator for Commuter & Graduate Student Servicessarah.email@example.com
Sarah joined the Student Development staff in 2011. In this role she coordinates all commuter and graduate student events in addition to advising Commuter Activities Board and Graduate Students Council. Sarah earned a Bachelor of Arts in Politics from Marymount University and is currently perusing a Masters degree in Legal Administration at Marymount.
Jessica Mackey, Administrative Assistantjessica.firstname.lastname@example.org
Jessica became a member of the Student Development team in spring 2013. She serves as the administrative assistant to Tina Rajmaira, supports Marymount's International Student Services office, and supervises the I.S.S. student employees. Jessica holds a degree in Communication Design, a degree in Interactive Design, and a specialization certificate in Advanced Web Design; she often uses her graphic design background in her various roles at Marymount.
Caroline Mills, Administrative Assistantcaroline.email@example.com
Carrie began at Marymount in the spring of 2013. She supervises the student employees and assists the staff in the Office of Student Development with day to day operations. Carrie earned a Bachelor of Arts in African and African American Studies from Duke University.