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Meet Our Team
The Center for Student Engagement provides co-curricular learning opportunities for undergraduate and graduate students that that foster and recognize leadership, service, diversity, and education. Rooted in the tenants of the Sisters of Saint Joseph of Boston, we welcome all students beginning at Orientation and encouraging involvement throughout their college experience.
Erin Wisniewski, Director of the Center for Student Engagement
Erin joined the Student Programming and Leadership team in June of 2015, after working as the Director of International Student Services here at Regis. A New York native, Erin's previous experience is from American International College in Springfield, MA where she served as the Director of Student Activities and worked very closely with their international student programming. In her role at Regis, Erin advises the Student Government Association, oversees all student clubs on campus, manages the development and execution of many of the annual Regis events, and collaborates with campus partners to provide numerous co-curricular opportunities for Regis students.
Erica Devine, Assistant Director of the Center for Student Engagement
Erica is a graduate of Bridgewater State University, class of 2010 where she earned her Bachelor of Arts degree in history. Erica’s passion for working with college students grew through the many clubs and organizations she was involved in during her time as an undergraduate student. She decided to pursue a career in Student Affairs and earned her Masters of Education in Administration of Higher Education from Suffolk University in 2014. Erica joined the Regis community in August of 2014 as the Resident Director for Community Standards, working in Domitilla Hall and focusing on Student Conduct. She joined the Center for Student Engagement team in August of 2015 and will be working with our student clubs and organizations as well as overseeing the operations for the Welcome Center.
Stanley Onyeneho, Graduate Intern, Center for Student Engagement Program Coordinator
Stanley Onyeneho is a Regis graduate from the class of 2014. He was a Social Work major and a Public Health minor as an undergrad and is currently pursuing his Master’s degree in Counseling Psychology here at Regis. Stanley was a Resident Assistant and an Orientation Leader on campus during his undergraduate work. Currently, Stanley advises a variety of student groups on campus.
Arianna Woodley, Graduate Intern, Center for Student Engagement Program Coordinator
Arianna is a 2017 Regis graduate with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Communications and a minor in Business management. A former member of the Women’s Lacrosse team, Arianna was involved in various clubs and organizations as an undergraduate. She is currently pursuing her master’s degree in Regis'’ organizational and professional communications program. She plans to apply the knowledge and skills she learned as a student into innovative ideas for the Regis community.