Campus Center, 2nd floor, room 210
B.A., Emmanuel College
M.Psych., Northeastern University
As Dean of Student Affairs & Community Engagement Jamica provides oversight to the all departmental operations within the Student Affairs Office (SAO), including residence life, student activities, multicultural engagement, community engagement, judicial affairs, athletics, international student services, campus safety and health/wellness. Her office supports student personal and academic achievement by providing holistic developmental opportunities. She is responsible for representing student interest to the campus community at large.
Lisa Rodrigues '06
Director of Residence Life and Community Engagement.
Campus Center, 2nd floor, room 210
B.A., Pine Manor College
As the Director of Residence Life & Community Engagement, Lisa is responsible for the supervision of 6 Resident Assistants, 6 First Year Advisors, as well as the Housing Coordinator. Lisa also Co-Chairs the Community Council which evaluates disciplinary matters on campus. She also assists with Alternative Spring Break to New Orleans. Lisa is an alum of Pine Manor College graduating in 2006 with a B.A. in Social & Political Systems.
Housing & Student Affairs Operations Manager
Ashby Campus Center, 2nd floor, office 201, firstname.lastname@example.org 617-731-7108
Welcome Desk Coordinator
Ashby Campus Center, 1st floor Atrium, email@example.com 617-731-7194
As Housing & Student Affairs Operations Manager, Jeanne is responsible for the coordination of student housing logistics such as room assignments, room changes, key distribution and lock changes, and coordination of the room selection process.
As Welcome Desk Coordinator, Jeanne facilitates the information and support offered to students and community members at the Welcome Desk in the Ashby Campus Center. The Welcome Desk provides centralized support and assistance on a broad range of topics regarding academic and community life with the goal of streamlining the student experience and supporting students as they strive to reach their academic goals. At the Welcome Desk students are able to schedule individual appointments with professors and campus offices (i.e.; Learning Resource Center, Tutoring, Advising, Financial Services, Health & Wellness, Residence Life, etc.), receive information about campus activities and events, and obtain information and referrals to campus and community resources.
Director of Student Activities and Multicultural Community Engagement
B.A., Loyola University-New Orleans
M.A., Higher Education Administration, Boston College
Kathy is responsible for coordinating campus-wide events on campus and she is the co-chairperson of the Community Council which evaluates disciplinary matters on campus. She also manages student clubs and the Student Government Association. She also assists with Alternative Spring Break to New Orleans.
Director of International Student Services
Campus Center, 2nd floor, office 206 - firstname.lastname@example.org 617-731-7605
B.S., Emerson College
M.Ed., Cambridge College
As Director Of International Student Affairs Steve's job consists of many things however one of the most important aspects of his job is to support and assist International Students anytime they need assistance regarding non -academic issues, including Homeland Security compliance. He is also the staff representative for Commuter students and Liaison for Kings Prime Education and Training.
Director of Campus Safety
First floor campus center. 617-731-7031.
Dana is responsible for a department of 25 Campus Safety Officers and Shuttle Drivers. Along with his department he ensures the safety of the campus, issuing of ids, provide transportation for athletics, and numerous other functions on campus. His personal duties include tracking Clery stats, Cori checks for new employees, and Pine Manor liaison to Brookline Police
Athletic Director & Head Basketball Coach
John is responsible for managing the athletic facilities (gymnasium, soccer & softball fields and tennis court) and oversight of the NCAA athletic department. Athletics consist of 5 varsity teams (cross country, volleyball, soccer, basketball and softball), athletic trainer and sports media operations. Part of his domain includes the expansion of our intramural program. Coach Griffith also coaches our basketball team and recruits for the Gators.
Sports Information Director
Gymnasium, 2nd floor, second office on the right.
As Sports Information Director, Miles is responsible for promoting Pine Manor’s five NCAA Division III athletic programs through the publishing of information including: schedules, statistics and stories on the Pine Manor Athletics website; as well as by corresponding with various media outlets, the NCAA and other sports information officials at other institutions. He is also responsible for coordinating all athletic facilities scheduling and game day activities such as game management and overseeing work study students.
Head Soccer and Softball Coach
Gymnasium, 2nd floor, first office at the top of the stairs -(617) 731-7182
As Head Coach, she is responsible for recruiting student-athletes for both soccer and softball.
Aisha Ellis, RN, MSN
Campus Center, 2nd floor, room 2102 -617-731-7171
Aisha is responsible for the overall operation and coordination of the health and wellness needs of the Pine Manor College community. She provides healthcare for students, performs health assessments, and coordinates referrals to outside health resources when appropriate. She works in cooperation with the PMC faculty and staff and the student health insurance provider to implement and develop health service policies, procedures and protocols. As an advocate for a health, she serves as a consultant to the college community regarding public health issues.