Office of Residential Life at Lincoln Center Professional Staff
Director of Residential Life
As Director of Residential Life, Jenifer is responsible for leading and managing a comprehensive Residential Life program. In addition, she assists in the coordination of the Integrated Learning Community in conjunction with the Resident Director for Freshmen, Master, Dean of Students and the Dean of Fordham College at Lincoln Center.
Jenifer received her M.A. in Student Development in Higher Education with an emphasis in Counseling from Trinity College, Washington, DC and a B.A. in Sociology and Business from the Catholic University of America, Washington DC. Jenifer has been in the field of Higher Education for a number of years and continues to reap reward and benefit from working with young adults.
Assistant Director of Residential Life
As the Assistant Director of Residential Life, Vickki is responsible for the overall development of a learning community at Lincoln Center as well as overseeing all areas of staff supervision, training, and development for the Resident Directors, Resident Assistants, and Freshmen Mentors.
Vickki holds a Master's Degree in Human Development concentrating in Student Affairs & Diversity from Binghamton University and a Bachelor's of Science degree in Marketing from SUNY New Paltz. Vickki has worked at the Rose Hill campus as a Full-Time Resident Director in Alumni Court South for two and a half years before moving to the Lincoln Center campus.
Assistant Director of Housing Operations
As Assistant Director of Housing Operations, Cullen is responsible for various operations and process that take place within Residential Life. Some of which include room assignments, opening and closing procedures, health & safety checks, and many others.
Cullen originally hails from Wisconsin where he received his Bachelors in Psychology and Religious Studies at the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh. After which, he proceed to obtain his MA in Counseling from the University of North Dakota and has recently joined the Residential Life team at Lincoln Center after six years with the Academy of Art University in San Francisco.
As Executive Secretary, Olga serves as the primary receptionist for the Office of Residential Life. Her duties include responding to student and parent inquiries, supervising the six student workers, maintaining and processing housing assignments, and handling housing billing and student records. She also maintains departmental budgets and resident student records, assist with the undergraduate and law waitlists, as well as edits office publications and processes departmental brochures and mailings.
Olga holds a Bachelor's degree in Business and Spanish from Marymount College of Fordham University. Olga is very familiar with the Residential Life department since she worked as a Resident Advisor for three years at the Marymount Campus. Olga previously worked in the Office of Career Services as an Internship & Employment Coordinator.
Resident Director for Upperclass Students
As the Resident Director for Upperclass Students, Samantha is responsible for providing ongoing supervision, leadership development, and support for her Resident Assistant staff. She oversees all programs and efforts to develop community among the upperclass students living in McMahon hall and is passionate about providing a healthy and holistic residential learning experience for all upperclass McMahon residents.
Samantha earned her Master’s degree in Higher Education from Columbia University, Teachers College and her Bachelor’s degree in Political Science from Siena College. Samantha first fell in love with the Student Affairs field through high-impact learning experiences and attentive mentorship at her undergraduate institution and she hopes to do the same for the students she works with at Fordham University, Lincoln Center. You can find Samantha in McMahon 11D, room 2.
Resident Director for Law Students
Jennifer is responsible for the holistic development of graduate and law students in McMahon Hall. She supervises nine Resident Assistants, and supports their personal, academic, and professional growth. In addition, she oversees the programming and community building efforts for graduate and law students within the residence hall.
Jennifer is originally from East Brunswick, New Jersey, and earned her Bachelor’s degree in Psychology with a minor in Women Studies from Goucher College in Baltimore, MD. While at Goucher, Jennifer was a Resident Assistant for three years and a Mentor Resident Assistant for one year. After college, Jennifer worked at Bard College for four years as an Area Coordinator in Residence Life. Most recently, Jennifer graduated from Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey, with her Master’s degree in College Student Affairs. During her two years at Rutgers, she was a Hall Director for special interest communities, and interned in the offices of Student Life, Violence Prevention Victim Assistance, and The Center for Social Justice Education and LGBT Communities.
Resident Director for Freshman Students
Camille is responsible for providing ongoing leadership, supervision, and support to her Resident Assistant staff. She oversees all programming efforts and assists in the professional development of the RA staff. Additionally, she supports the social, academic, and emotional development of the Freshmen students living in McMahon Hall.
Camille is originally from Yonkers, NY and earned her Bachelor’s degree in Psychology with a minor in Public Health from Temple University. While at Temple, she served as a Resident Assistant for three years. During that time, she advised the Senate Hall Council and was selected for the "RA of the Year" award. Camille also holds a Master of Arts and a Master of Education in Psychological Counseling from Columbia University.
Resident Director for Freshman Students
Anthony supervises a staff of 6 Resident Assistants and 6 Resident Freshmen Mentors. He oversees the programming and community development efforts of his community and assists in the professional development of his staff. Additionally, he supports the holistic development of the Freshmen students living in the New Residence Hall.
Anthony has a Bachelor's Degree in History and International Studies from Capital University in Columbus, Ohio and earned his Masters of Education in College Student Affairs at the University of South Florida. His experience includes various functional areas: undergraduate housing, living-learning communities, student conduct, multicultural affairs, and campus programming. He is passionate about helping international students make connections on campus as well as encouraging domestic students to enhance their global perspective through a variety of opportunities.
As Graduate Manager of our off-campus housing complex Wilshire Plaza on West 58th Street, Michelle is responsible for overseeing the 86 apartments at that facility. Wilshire Plaza housing is available for any full-time graduate or law student or full- time staff or faculty member at Fordham University. Michelle provides the primary leadership for approximately 86 residents that reside in Wilshire Plaza, through planning programming activities, and responding when necessary to any resident conflicts that require mediation.