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Staff

Our staff is available to answer any questions you may have about our civic engagement programs.

Stacey Riemer

Stacey Riemer
Associate Dean of Students and Director of Civic Engagement
Ph.D. Syracuse University

I provide campus and community-wide direction and supervision for major programs and activities in the areas of civic engagement and leadership, including work with faculty on community-based learning. I also work on Title IX complaint resolution for students, and division-wide learning outcome assessments.

Kristin Booher

Kristin Booher
Director of Community Service and Bonner Scholars
M.A. Boston College

I serve as the point of contact for the Bonner Scholars Program, Civic Engagement Council Executive Board, Nonprofit Leadership Fellows Program and other events in the Center for Civic Engagement.

Katherine Bowser

Katherine Bowser
Assistant Director for Civic Engagement Programs
M.A. Bowling Green State University

I advise several Civic Engagement Council organizations, manage the Federal Community Service Work Study program, support the Bonner Scholars, and direct the Education Scholars program.

Headshot of Fellow Taylor Brendle

Taylor Brendle
Fellow
B.S. Davidson College

I manage the Lula Bell resource center, coordinate the Intersections programming series, and develop civic engagement publications for the Center for Civic Engagement.

Robert Gay

Robert Gay
Program Coordinator
B.S. Wingate University

I serve as the primary point of contact for introductory service programs as well as oversee publicity, communication, and social media for the Center for Civic Engagement.

Mary Alice Katon

Mary Alice Katon
Director of the College Advising Corps
M.S. Fitchburg State University

I train and supervise 18 college advisers in 19 high schools in rural North Carolina, and coordinate efforts with the national College Advising Corps office in Chapel Hill, N.C.