Student Life

Resident Directors

Kim Myers

Resident Director, Williams Hall and SLIC with First and Second Year Initiatives

Office: Williams Hall
Phone: 909-307-7607 Campus Ext. 7607

This will be Kim's third year with the University of Redlands. Before Redlands, she completed her undergrad at Northern Arizona University where she received a B.A. in psychology with a minor in mathematics; and was a Resident Assistant for three years. After that Kim went to the University of Northern Colorado and earned her M.A. in Higher Education and Student Affairs Leadership, while working as a Hall Director and in Student Activities. In addition to working in Residence Life and Housing Kim also works part time in our Student Leadership and Involvement Center (SLIC) as the Coordinator of First and Second Year Programs.


Dan Burfeind

Resident Director, Brockton Apartments and SLIC with Junior and Senior Programming

Office: Brockton Community Room
Phone: 909-307-53 Campus Ext. 7753

Dan graduated from the University of Redlands in 2011 with a bachelor of arts degree in history and international relations, and then again in 2013 with his master's in higher education. Dan previously served as the Assistant Residence Hall Director of East Hall and as the Greek Life academic coach. Dan grew up in the Santa Cruz Mountains and has a great love for travel, 26 different countries to date! This coming year Dan will not only be responsible for the Brockton Apartments but also Junior and Senior programming. Dan is excited for the upcoming year and hopes you come to visit!


Reggie Robles

Resident Director, East Hall and CDI

Office: East Hall
Phone: 909-307-7688 Campus Ext. 7688


Hello Bulldogs!  My name is Reggie Robles.  I will be the Resident Director of East Hall and I will also have my collateral assignment with Campus Diversity and Inclusion for the 2013-14 school year.  I received my bachelor's degree in political science from California Polytechnic State University, Pomona in 2012.  I also recently graduated with my master's degree in higher education administration and leadership from California State University, Fullerton.  This will be my first year at the University of Redlands and I look forward to having an amazing year!  Go Bulldogs!


Brandi Veigh

Resident Director, Anderson Hall and Student Conduct


Office: Anderson Hall
Phone: 909-307-7759 Campus Ext. 7759

This is Brandi's second year at the University of Redlands.  Originally from Ohio, Brandi graduated from Youngstown State University with a bachelor's degree in English and an MSEd in counseling and student affairs.  She is super excited to continue working with Student Conduct as well as the Anderson Hall community this year!


Adam Ghovayzi

Residence Hall Coordinator, Johnston Complex

Office: Bekins-Holt Hall
Phone: 909-748-8613 Campus Ext. 8613

As an alumnus of the University of Redlands (2012) and having received his degree from the Johnston Center for Integrative Studies, Adam is thrilled for the opportunity to see the same growth and development in students currently enrolled in the program.  Adam offers his time and patience to all those who need an ear to listen. He begins this year with an attitude of excitement, which he hope to share with his co-workers.


Chad Latka

Resident Director, Merriam Hall and SLIC with Outdoor Programming

Office: Merriam Hall
Phone: 909-307-7611 Campus Ext. 7611

Chad completed his degree in recreation and outdoor education in May of 2014 from Western State Colorado University. Chad started his college career at North Park University where he met his wonderful wife, Jill. Chad enjoys Olympic weightlifting, traveling, camping, and rock climbing. Chad and Jill are expecting a little bundle of joy in early February.


Adam Waitt

Resident Director, North Hall and SLIC with Intramurals

Office: North Hall
Phone: 909-307-7612 Campus Ext. 7612

Adam joins us as the Resident Director for North Hall and the Coordinator for Intramural and Wellness programs. Adam spent the past two academic years as an Assistant Hall Director at the University at Buffalo. Before entering the world of residence life Adam held a number of interesting positions, including managing amateur sports leagues, serving as a deckhand on private yachts in the Caribbean, and coordinating climbing programs at various summer camps. Adam enjoys exploring the outdoors, natural history, live music and creative writing. He is excited to join the University of Redlands team and is looking forward to experiencing a warm winter.

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