Office of Residential Education
Coordinator of Residential Education & Housefellow
Director of the Office of Community Standards & Integrity & Housefellow
Associate Director of Residential Education & Housefellow
With 15 plus years of experience in residential education and part of the CMU community since 2005, David serves as the college liaison for the Schools of Music and Art and CFA transitional. His favorite part of his job is hearing residents’ stories and supporting them through their CMU journey. With a background in creative writing and theatre and a Master’s degree in higher education administration, he infuses his work with humor, humanity, and humility. In his free time, he enjoys cooking, riding and repairing vintage scooters, listening to baseball games, and sharing all that happens at CMU with his wife, two kids, and dog.
Assistant to Community Standards & Integrity
Grace serves as the assistant to the Community Standards and Integrity office. She currently supports both the academic integrity and community standards side of things within the university. Originally born in San Francisco, she grew up in Pittsburgh and now considers the city to be her home. In her free time, she is usually chasing her toddler Teddy and is excitedly preparing for her second shortly. She is also involved within her church serving as a deacon.
Associate Vice President of Student Affairs for Community Life
John joined Carnegie Mellon in 1994. He provides leadership to the departments in Student Affairs that are focused on creating safe, supportive and engaging living environments on campus, including Housing Services, Residential Education, Parent and Family Engagement, First Year Orientation, Conference and Events Services, and Pre-College. Additionally, he provides direction for the division’s role in campus incident management and emergency response, while also serving as the university’s ombudsperson for town-gown relations with campus neighbors. A native of Western New York, John possesses a bachelor’s degree in Mathematics from Colgate University and a master’s degree in Counselor Education from the Pennsylvania State University.
Assistant Director of Residential Education & Housefellow
Kristine Kengor is a Housefellow for Stever House and also coordinates Community Advisor (CA) selection and training initiatives for the Office of Residential Education. Kristine is passionate about community service and civic engagement and is always looking for ways to incorporate this into her work with residence hall communities. You can often see Kristine at the Paws to Relax events in the Mindfullness room with her retired racing greyhound, Copper, who is a certified therapy dog through Animal Friends.
Director of Student Support Resources & Housefellow
Bryan has been working with residential students at Carnegie Mellon since 2010. Part of the Office of the Dean of Students, he leads a team that is focused on student support services within the Division of Student Affairs. He is also a housefellow. Bryan completed his undergraduate studies and his master’s in higher education from Penn State University, and his doctorate in higher education administration from George Washington University. Out of the office, he is likely training for a half-marathon, listening to podcasts, or walking his Samoyed with his spouse, Laura.
Associate Dean & Director of Residential Education
Assistant Director for Residential Education & Housefellow for Fraternity & Sorority House Communities
Coordinator of Community Standards & Integrity & Housefellow
Originally from Caracas, Venezuela, Daniela comes to Carnegie Mellon from The University of Toledo, where she obtained her bachelor’s degree in electrical engineering. After working as a field service engineer for a couple of years, Daniela returned to Toledo to pursue a master’s degree in higher education administration. Aside from her role as a Housefellow, Daniela serves as a liaison for academic integrity violations in the College of Engineering, a process advisor for the University Disciplinary Committee. Growing up in a family of musicians, Daniela is constantly listening to music, and if she’s not singing along, she’s dancing to it!
Assistant Director of SLICE