Hannah Barney

Hannah Barney

Coordinator for Student Leadership

Hannah Barney | Coordinator for Student Leadership | Lexington, KY

Why do you love your job?

“I love my job because of the students I get to work with! My job is special to me because as a first generation college student, it is important to me to be able to help students navigate college successfully and let them know there is someone on campus who cares about them.”

Message to live by:

Two lefts don’t make a right, but three do. – Relient K

Maddie DeBucce

Maddie DeBucce

Secondary Advisor for Residents' Interhall Congress

Maddie DeBucce | Secondary Advisor for Residents’ Interhall Congress | China Township, Michigan

Why do you love your job?

“My position means I get to have a direct approach to develop student leaders to fulfill their potential, whatever it may be. These leaders are our future and will impact the world and society in ways we can’t imagine years from now. My favorite parts of this is watching these students transform from resident to Executive Board Member or other leadership based position to a graduated student of our university. I get to see them grow in their confidence in their competence and find their own ‘why’ in what they do.”

Message to live by:

“It is my choice today, tomorrow, and forever to decide my journey through each year, day, hour, and minute.”

 

Steven Stone

Graduate Assistant for Leadership

Steven Stone | Graduate Assistant for Leadership | Lamar, Arkansas

 Why do you love your job?

“My position means guiding student leaders as they take on new experiences and leadership roles. My favorite thing about my position is the ability to work closely with students!”

Message to live by:

Keep calm and carry on. 

 

Keauno Perez

Coordinator for Residence Education (CRE)

Keauno Perez | Coordinator for Residence Education (CRE) | Joshua, Texas

Why do you love your job?

What I love about being a CRE is no two days look the same. I could be running around campus attending meetings, to setting up programs for the University or Pomfret Hall, meeting with RAs or students in my office, responding to a call at 2:00 AM while on-duty, to I never know what issue or situations students or Pomfret will bring me!

Message to live by:

Smile, you never know whose day you’ll make.