Assistant Residence Hall Directors
Assistant Director of CDI - Fairmont Hall
Office: Fairmont Hall
Phone: 909-307-7788 Campus Ext. 7788
Degrees: Bachelor of Arts in Race & Ethnic Studies from the University of Redlands (2008), Masters in Higher Education from the University of Redlands School of Education (2011)
Areas of Responsibility: Living Learning Community Catalyst Program (social justice and community service), staff training, Administrator on Call rotation
Professional Background: In his role as Assistant Director of CDI, Koby oversees the Catalyst Project in Fairmont Hall devoted to social justice issues and community service. Koby completed a B.A in Race & Ethnic Studies in 2008 and his M.A. in Higher Education from the School of Education at the University of Redlands. While an undergraduate student here, Koby worked in Residence Life as a Community Assistant (CA) and Community Director (CD). Previously, Koby served as a Program Coordinator for the Office of Campus Diversity & Inclusion in which he was responsible for overseeing the programming efforts in Fairmont. Koby, along with the rest of the staff, is excited to defend the Fairmont Rock!
Assistant Residence Hall Director - Brockton Apartments and SLIC
Office: Brockton Apartments
Phone: 909-307-7759 Campus Ext. 7759
Degrees: Bachelor of Arts in International Relations from the University of Redlands (2010), Masters in Higher Education from the University of Redlands School of Education (2012)
Areas of Responsibility: Student conduct, First and Second Year Initiatives, student staff member supervision, Patron to Fidelity Isonomy Erudition (F.I.E.) a co-educational siblinghood, DAWGS Committee Chair, Residence Life Ambassadors Committee Chair, staff training, Adminstrator on Call rotation
Professional Background: Brian is highly looking forward to overseeing the Brockton Apartments community as well as work in his dual assignment with the Student Leadership and Involvement Center. Brian graduated from the University of Redlands in 2010 with a BA in International Relations. As an undergrad, Brian served as a community assistant in East Hall (2007, 2008) as well as the community director of North Hall (2009). In addition, Brian was highly active with student activities taking membership in several on campus clubs and organizations. He earned his MA in Higher Education from the School of Education in May. A native of Seattle, WA, Brian is excited about the upcoming year in Brockton as well as the SLIC Office and is looking forward to welcoming the Class of 2016. Och Tamale!
Assistant Residence Hall Director - Grove Apartments and SLIC
Office: Grove Apartment 1
Cody completed his Bachelor of Arts in International Relations from the University in May 2009 and is currently working on his Master’s in Higher Education with an emphasis on College Student Counseling from the School of Education. Following graduation, Cody began working at the University as the Program Coordinator for Junior and Senior Initiatives in the Student Leadership & Involvement Center. He has also run programs regarding men’s holistic health and involvement, taught the May Term Community Gardening class and works as the Non-Academic Advisor to the Pi Chi Fraternity. Cody also worked as a Community Assistant as an undergraduate, serving in Williams Hall with first-year students and in the Brockton Apartments with upperclassmen. He is looking forward to working for Residence Life again, overseeing our new apartment complex and conducting new initiatives for Transfer Students. Here’s to another great year at the U of R!
Assistant Residence Hall Director - Williams Hall and SLIC
Office: Williams Hall
Kim Myers is excited to be working with the students of Williams Hall and Student Leadership and Involvement Center with First and Second Year Programs. Kim graduated from Northern Arizona University in 2010 with Bachelor's degree in Psychology; during the time Kim spent three years as Resident Assistant in a first year student hall and also participated in RA Council and other clubs on campus. Kim recently received her Master's degree in Higher Education & Student Affairs Leadership from the University of Northern Colorado. While a graduate student, Kim served as a Resident Director for upper class students; and also as Assistant Coordinator for the University Program Council with the Student Activities Office. Kim is excited to become a Bulldog!
Assistant Residence Hall Director - East Hall and SLIC
Office: East Hall
Phone: 909-307-7688 Campus Extension x7688
Dan graduated from the University of Redlands in May, 2010 with a degree in History and International Relations and is currently finishing a Masters of Higher Education. He has an infectious energy that he is excited to bring to Redlands as a professional.
Residence Hall Coordinator - Johnston Complex
Sarah graduated from the University of California, Santa Barbara in June 2012 with degrees in both English and Feminist Studies. Throughout her three years as an undergraduate, she was involved in various student government positions, including On-campus Representative and Chief of Staff for the Office of the President. During her last year, she worked as a Resident Assistant for San Rafael hall, which catered mainly to continuing and transfer students. Sarah has been involved in several mentorship programs and is most interested in developing and empowering student leaders. After growing up in Rancho Cucamonga, she is excited to be returning home to the Inland Empire. She looks forward to becoming a member of the University of Redlands family and learning about the campus culture. Sarah is thrilled to be working with the bright and motivated students in the Johnston Complex community.