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Student Affairs Staff

 At Pine Manor College, we celebrate our students, staff, and faculty that are the some of the first in their families to attend college! Wherever you see this “First-Generation” sticker, this PMC Gator is/was a first-generation college student!

Lisa Rodrigues ’06
Dean of Student Affairs

Ashby Campus Center, 1st floor, 617-731-7136
Pine Manor College, B.A., Northeastern University, M.Ed.

As the Dean of Student Affairs, Lisa oversees the Initiative for Student Success which provides each Pine Manor College student access to coaching, mentoring, and advising that helps them achieve their goals. Lisa works closely with the Associate Dean of Academic Affairs and Student Success Coaches to support students from matriculation to graduation and beyond! Lisa is an alum of Pine Manor College graduating in 2006 with a B.A. in Social Political Systems.

Staci Weber
Special Assistant to the President

Ferry Administration Building, 2nd floor, 617-731-7195
Franklin Marshall College, B.A.; University of Delaware, M.Ed.; Syracuse University, Ph.D.

As Special Assistant to the President, 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.

Jammy Millet ’11
Director of Restorative Practices Community Standards

Ashby Campus Center, 2nd floor, 617-731-7124
Pine Manor College, B.A.; Salem State University, MSW

As Director of Restorative Practices Community Standards, Jammy provides strategic direction for the Restorative Justice Initiative to help the college foster a more restorative approach to community building and response to harm. Jammy received her BA in Social Political Systems from PMC back in 2011! Jammy then went on to serve in the Peace Corps in Lesotho, Africa’s Healthy Youth 13′ Program. Lastly, Jammy completed her Masters in Social Work from Salem State University where her research focused Restorative Justice in Schools and Mental Health.

Tyrone Newsome
Director of Residential Life

Ashby Campus Center, 2nd floor, 617-731-7108
Lewis University, B.A.; Fitchburg State University, MBA

As the Director of Residential Life, Tyrone oversees the residential community on campus. He provides supervision to the residence life staff; assures that students experience a smooth transition to residential living; and commits to providing students with a safe, comfortable, and engaging living-learning experience. Tyrone 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 Campus Center, 1st floor, 617-731-7029
Immaculata University, B.A; Temple University, M.Ed.

As the Director of Co-Curricular Education/ Student Success Coach, Latoya assists students, faculty, and staff in connecting in-class academic experiences with real world application opportunities. As part of the Student Success Team, Latoya coaches, mentors, and connects students with the resources they need to be successful Pine Manor Community members. Latoya received her M.Ed in Urban Education form Temple University in 2012 and her B.A. in Sociology/Social Work from Immaculata University in 2008.

Cyrus Segawa Konstantinakos
Student Success Coach for International Students

Ashby Campus Center, 1st floor, 617-731-7029
Vassar College, B.A.; Harvard University, Ed.M, A.M.

Cyrus supports international students and promotes multiculturalism across Pine Manor College. He holds masters degrees in Education and East Asian Studies from Harvard University and is pursuing a doctoral degree in intercultural education at Boston University. He previously served in the national leadership of Japanese-language teachers in the United States and on a team commissioned by the Clinton Administration to set national guidelines for international student and study abroad programs. He has coached Fulbright/Humphrey Fellows in the U.S. and led students in photo-essay book projects in several countries. For fun, he loves to play ultimate frisbee.

Ross Merlin
Student Success Coach

Ashby Campus Center, 1st floor, 617-731-7134
Emory University, B.A.; Boston College, M.Ed

Ross serves as a Student Success Coach as part of the college’s Student Success Initiative. In this role, he mentors and coaches Pine Manor students to reach their full potential as students and people, as well as serving as the Staff advisor for the campus Men’s Group. He earned a B.A. in English and Psychology from Emory University in Atlanta and an M.Ed from Boston College. After completing his degree, he worked at West Roxbury Academy in Boston. He was born and raised in the Roslindale neighborhood of Boston, and is deeply committed to his community. Ross loves football, which he coached at West Roxbury Academy, and this past season, he played semi-professional football for the Bay State Buccaneers football team in Brockton, MA.