Director, Office of Community Standards and Integrity
A member of Carnegie Mellon since 2005, Lenny has been a Housefellow for many house communities throughout his tenure in Greek Life, the Office of Community Standards and Integrity, and Residential Education. Lenny is currently the Housefellow for Clyde, Highlands, Shady Oak and Neville Apartments in the Oakland Neighborhood. He is also one of the College Liaisons for the College of Engineering. In his spare time, Lenny enjoys reading nonfiction, watching TED Talks, and sampling all that Pittsburgh has to offer.
Program Coordinator, Office of Community Standards and Integrity
Coordinator of Community Standards and Integrity, Housefellow for West Wing
New to Pittsburgh, Hillary George is coming to Carnegie Mellon from Syracuse University, where she served as an Assistant Residence Director in the Office of Residence Life since 2015. There, she discovered her passion for student development through her involvement in the Honors Learning Community, serving as a facilitator for bystander intervention training and working on the university appeals board. Hillary holds a B.A in Psychology and Legal Studies from the University of Massachusetts Amherst and earned her M.S at Syracuse University in Higher Education Administration. Here at Carnegie Mellon, Hillary is a coordinator in the Office of Community Standards and Integrity, focusing on academic integrity violations specifically within the School of Computer Science, Tepper School of Business, and Dietrich College of Humanities and Social Sciences. She serves as a process advisor for the University Disciplinary Committee and manages the board member recruitment and training process. Hillary is also the Housefellow for West Wing and looks forward to actively engaging in the upper-class community and serving as a support system for these students and Resident Assistants. Originally from Salem, Massachusetts, Hillary enjoys all things Halloween and spending time by the ocean, though she is learning to love rivers now that she is further from the coast.