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1027 Cedar St.
Cheney, WA 99004
Bilal BadruddinResidential Life Coordinator, Streeter Hall1027 Cedar St.Phone: 509.359.4480Email: email@example.com
Time in the Department: This is my first year being a part of the Housing and Residential Life staff here at Eastern Washington University. Prior to moving to Cheney, I was the Advisor for Greek Life at Northeastern Illinois University.
Hometown: Cranford, NJ.
Why you love your job: I love my job as a Residence Life Coordinator, because I entered the Student Affairs profession to be able to support students and make a positive impact on a student’s collegiate career and Residence Life allows me to connect with a greater number of students.
Favorite Quotation: “The early bird gets the worm, but the second mouse gets the cheese” – Unknown
Mike BowersArea Coordinator, Louise Anderson Hall1027 Cedar St.Phone: 509.359.4462Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Time in the Department: 3 years
Hometown: Kernersville, NC
Why you love your job: I enjoy getting to meet students at their level and interact with them while their guard is down. It's great to get to know who these people truly are, and what they hope to accomplish while at Eastern.
Rachel BriscoeResidential Life Coordinator, Dressler Hall1027 Cedar St.Phone: 509.359.4418Email: email@example.com
Time in the Department: 3 years as a student, and 1 year as a professional
Hometown: Poulsbo, WA
Why you love your job: Our lives are enriched by the people around us; this job allows me to be surrounded by dynamic and thriving young people while also having an impact on one of the most pivotal chapters of their lives. I am challenged every single day by my students and my peers. What's not to like?!
Favorite Quotation: "No matter how you feel, get up, dress up, and show up." - I have no idea who said this, but I love it!
Shantell JacksonArea Coordinator, Dryden Hall1027 Cedar St.Phone: 509.359.4443Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Time in the Department: 8 ½ years
Hometown: Buffalo, NY
Why you love your job: I enjoy working in Housing and Residential Life because we get to work with students on a more personal level, we watch them grow and develop. It is awesome to play a role in the lives of our students and impart things to them, not only that but I have learned so much from the students I serve.
Favorite Quotation: "Good Better Best never let it rest, until my good becomes my better and my better becomes my best."
Ericka LundebyResidential Life Coordinator, Brewster Hall1027 Cedar St.Phone: 509.359.4401Email: email@example.com
Time in the Department: 3 years as a professional and 4 years as a student. Graduated in 2008 from EWU.
Hometown: Pasco, WA
Why you love your job: I enjoy working for Housing and Residential Life because we get to meet so many students from all over.
Favorite Quotation: Dream as if you'll Live Forever, Live as if you'll Die Today - James Dean
Gina Ondercin, PhDArea Coordinator, snyamncut1027 Cedar St.Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Time in the Department: At EWU for a year and a half (in higher education for approximately 15 years)
Hometown: Holland, Michigan
Why you love your job: I enjoy seeing students grow and mature during their college experience. I enjoy working for Housing because I have direct contact with students and have the opportunity to continue to grow as a professional.
Favorite Quotation: "If you have made mistakes, even serious mistakes, you may have a fresh start any moment you choose, for this thing we call "failure" is not the falling down, but the staying down." - Mary Pickford
Brock SiebResidential Life Coordinator, Pearce Hall1027 Cedar St.Phone: 509.359.4433Email: email@example.com
Time in the Department: This is my first year as a professional at Eastern.
Hometown: Monroe, MI
Why you love your job: Being able to help students and learn about the ever-evolving issues facing society.
Favorite Quotation: "You cannot dream yourself into a character; you must hammer and forge yourself one." –James A. Froude