Housing and Residence Life is comprised of full-time, professional staff members that are responsible for overseeing various areas within the department. The professional staff work together to create an engaging on-campus experience for students living in the residence halls.
Executive Director of Housing & Residence Life
Senior Associate Director of Housing & Residence Life
Associate Director of Housing & Residence Life
Assistant Director of Housing & Residence Life
Business Analyst & Marketing
Senior Office Coordinator
The Residence Life Coordinators (RLCs) are typically entry-level staff with a master's degree in student affairs, higher education, counseling, or a related field. Each RLC manages communities of 400-600 students and are specifically responsible for supervising Resident Advisors, Senior Resident Advisors, advising and mentoring students, responding to campus emergencies, and helping students become academically and socially successful.
Residence Life Coordinator – Apollo & Doolittle Halls
Tanner joined the Embry-Riddle team in June 2015 and spent the previous two years in New York City as a Residence Director at St. John's University. Alongside of overseeing Apollo Hall and Doolittle Hall, he manages student conduct for Housing & Residence Life. He attended the University of Central Florida where he earned a Master of Arts ('13), Bachelor of Arts ('11), and Bachelor of Science ('11).
Residence Life Coordinator – New Residence Hall & Chanute Complex
Hunter Moore is the Residence Life Coordinator for the New Residence Hall and the Chanute Complex. He also oversees the development of large-scale events serving residential students. Hunter earned a Master of Education degree in Student Personnel in Higher Education from the University of Florida and a Bachelor of Arts degree in Political Science from the University of North Florida. Hunter joined the Embry-Riddle team in July 2015.
Residence Life Coordinator – O'Connor & Stimpson Halls
Christina joined the Embry-Riddle team in January 2017 after moving from New England where she was born and raised. Previously she worked at The College of the Holy Cross in Worcester, Massachusetts as a Community Development Coordinator working with first-year students and Orientation. She earned both her Bachelor of Science degree and Master of Education degree from Springfield College in Springfield, Massachusetts. Alongside of overseeing O'Connor Hall & Stimpson Hall, she advises the Embry-Riddle Resident Student Association.
Graduate Hall Director - Adams & Wood Halls