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Meet our Team
Director of Residence Life
The Director of Residence Life is responsible for the operation, administration and supervision of the educational, social and physical environments of the College's 700 residential students and five residence halls. The Director of Residence Life also oversees the department budget, sets department goals, coordinates assessment efforts and establishes learning outcomes and implementation strategies for the department. The Director also serves as the main administrator on call, supporting the professional resident director team.
Bridget joined the Regis Residence Life team as the Assistant Director in October of 2014. She is a graduate of Boston College, where she earned a bachelor’s degree in English and secondary education and a master’s degree in both English literature and higher education, with a concentration in student affairs. With a passion for residential education and student development, Bridget works to support our students throughout their college experience by being a Title IX investigator, a CARE Advisor, the Women’s Tennis team mentor, and an avid Regis Pride fan. Beginning in fall of 2016, Bridget will co-advise the student newspaper, The Tower. She is a member of the First Year Seminar faculty, where she serves as an academic advisor and teaches a linked writing course. In her role as Director, Bridget strives to create a welcoming and positive environment in the residence halls, by supporting and developing programs, supervising the professional Residence Life staff, and selecting the Resident Assistant staff.
A Resident Director is a full-time, live-in professional staff member who manages a residence hall and supervises a team of resident assistants (RAs). The resident director is responsible for the overall administration of the residence hall, informal counseling of students, responding to disciplinary actions, and encouraging and supporting leadership development opportunities, programs, and activities within the hall.
Although resident directors will have posted office hours during the work week, there is a resident director available 24/7 in the event of an emergency. The resident director team is responsible for addressing immediate residence hall concerns when the Office of Residence Life or the Office of Student Affairs is closed.
Efthimios is a graduate of Regis College, class of 2014 where he earned his bachelor of arts in English. He is currently pursuing his master's in communication as well as education. As an undergraduate here at Regis, Efthimios was an orientation leader, orientation program assistant and a member of the judicial board. Efthimios is the resident director for Domitilla Hall.
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Jessica is a graduate of Keene State College, class of 2015 where she earned her Bachelor of Science in Architecture. During her time as an undergraduate student she was very involved in different aspects of student life specifically in Residence life and Multicultural affairs; she became passionate about working with undergraduate student and supporting them through their college career. She is pursuing a career in Higher education specifically Student Affairs and working towards her Master’s degree in Organizational and Professional Communication at Regis.
Mark did both undergraduate and graduate work at the University of Massachusetts Lowell, graduating with a BA in English and an MEd in higher education administration. Prior to joining Regis College, Mark served as an academic mentor for first year students at UMass Lowell. He also worked as an assistant resident director and resident advisor during his undergrad years. Mark is the resident director of Maria Hall here at Regis College with a focus on programming. He follows a student-first philosophy when conducting his work. His hobbies and interests include poetry, drawing, games (board/video games), playing and watching sports, and television/movies.
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