Coordinator of Community Standards and Integrity, Housefellow for the Residence on Fifth & Neville House
A native Pittsburgher, Josh returned home upon joining the Carnegie Mellon team in 2014. Previously, Josh worked in Residence Life Housing at Universities in Nebraska, Missouri, as well as Pennsylvania. He currently serves as Coordinator of Community Standards & Integrity where his work focuses primarily on student conduct issues related to the Administrative Resolution process. Josh is also the Housefellow for Fairfax Apartments in Oakland where he works with student leaders to create a supportive and engaging community for Upperclass students living in residence. Josh is a die-hard Pittsburgh Pirates fan, an avid reader, a lover of coffee, the roommate of four cats, and the Uncle of two wonderful nephews. Josh received a Bachelor of Arts in History (2005) and a Master of Arts in Counseling: Student Affairs Practice (2008) from Edinboro University of Pennsylvania.
Coordinator of Community Standards and Integrity, Housefellow for Boss and McGill
Born and raised a proud New Yorker, Michelle now considers New York, Pittsburgh, and Chile her homes. Michelle is a Carnegie Mellon alumna and served as a Resident Assistant and later a Community Advisor while studying here. She is currently the Housefellow for Boss House, a special interest Global Living community, and McGill House, the only all-women’s residence on campus. In her role as Coordinator of Community Standards and Integrity, Michelle serves as the Process Advisor for the University Disciplinary Committee. Previously Michelle worked in Student Life at CMU, in Study Away at New York University, taught in the south of Chile, worked for the Chilean Ministry of Education, coordinated a US Public Diplomacy initiative in Chile, and worked in International Education at the Universidad Diego Portales in Santiago de Chile. Michelle holds a B.A. in Professional Writing from Carnegie Mellon University, an M.A. from New York University in Higher Education Administration & Student Affairs, and a post-graduate certificate in International Studies from the Universidad de Chile. Michelle prefers to speak Spanish at every opportunity and is doing her best to dismantle the patriarchy through an intersectional lens. Outside of work she volunteers as a Spanish-English interpreter at the Birmingham Free Clinic in the Southside and studies Italian. If she’s not in Pittsburgh, she’s likely off traveling with her trusty backpack .