Student Life Staff

Staci Weber
Dean of Student Affairs.
Ashby Student Center, 2nd floor, 617-731-7135
B.A. Franklin & Marshall College; M.Ed. University of Delaware; Ph.D., Syracuse Univeristy

As Dean of Student Affairs, Staci provides strategic direction for the Division of Student Affairs to create and foster a holistic approach to students’ success inside and outside the classroom. Staci completed her Ph.D. In Post Secondary Education Administration from Syracuse University where her research focused on first-generation college students, student access, and student retention. She received her M.Ed. from University of Delaware in Student Affairs Practice in Higher Education and her B.A. in Psychology from Franklin & Marshall College.

Lisa Rodrigues '06
Associate Dean of Student Life & Community Engagement
Ashby Student Center, 2nd floor, room 210, 617-731-7136
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.

Michelle de Sousa Moore
Director of Community Development and Standards
Ashby Student Center, 1st floor, 617-731-7140
B.A. University of Massachusetts-Dartmouth; M.Ed. Springfield College

As Director of Community Development and Standards, Michelle provides leadership for the development and implementation of a comprehensive student conduct program, as well as programming and educational opportunities for community development and student engagement, and oversees New Student Orientation. Her philosophy on student conduct and community development is driven by building healthy and strong communities with a holistic approach to engagement, accountability, and inclusion. Michelle received her M.Ed. from Springfield College in Student Personnel Administration in Higher Education and her B.A. in Psychology from University of Massachusetts-Dartmouth.

Tyrone Newsome
Director of Residential Life
Ashby Student Center, 2nd floor, 617-731-7108
B.A. Lewis University; MBA Fitchburg State University

As the Director of Residential Life, he is responsible for the administration and supervision of the residential community on campus. He provides supervision to the residence life staff consisting of eleven Resident Assistants. His primary role is to assure that students experience a smooth transition to residential living and benefit from a safe, comfortable, and engaging living-learning experience. He received his B.A. in Economics from Lewis University and his MBA in Human Resource Management from Fitchburg State University.

Latoya C. Johnson
Director Of Co-Curricular Education/ Student Success Coach
Ashby Student Center, 1St floor, Office #12, 617-731-7029
Immaculata University, B.A; Temple University, M.Ed.

As the Director of Co-Curricular Education/ Student Success Coach, Latoya is assisting students, faculty, and staff connect in-class academic experiences with real world application opportunities. Her primary responsibility is to connect students with the resources they need to be successful Pine Manor Community members. Latoya received her M.Ed in Urban Education form Temple University (PA) in 2012 and her BA in Sociology/Social Work from Immaculata University (PA) in 2008.

Liam Rice
Graduate Assistant, Student Success and Campus Engagement
Ashby Student Center, 617-731-7108
Bryant University, B.A

As the Graduate Assistant for Student Success and Campus Engagement, Liam operates in a myriad of different functional areas on the PMC campus. Working within the Initiative for Student Success, he supports a wide range of student needs to foster a pathway to graduation and personal development. Additionally, he is responsible for a multitude of on- and off-campus programming for the Gator Community, such as Welcome Week, De-Stress Week, and monthly student dances. His focus for his fellow Gators is purposeful programming for diverse developmental outcomes. He received his B.A. in Literary and Cultural Studies and his B.S. in Applied Economics from Bryant University and is currently a candidate for an M.S. in College Student Development and Counseling from Northeastern University.

John Griffith
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.