Lisa is the current Director of New Student Programs at Towson. In this role she provides leadership, direction, and oversight for programs, events and initiatives involving new students and their families. As Director, Lisa serves on the Student Affairs Leadership Team and on the Student Affairs Council. Lisa also has significant experience in the National Orientation Director's Association (NODA), having served as a conference host, chaired several planning committees, and presented numerous times.
Prior to joining Towson in February 2010, Lisa worked at the University of Maryland, Baltimore County (UMBC) where she created and implemented a summer bridge program for incoming first-year students. Lisa also worked for several years in orientation and retention programs at Radford University. Lisa holds a graduate degree in Counselor Education - Student Affairs from Clemson University, where she also worked in Housing and Residence Life. She completed her undergraduate studies in psychology and sociology at Randolph Macon College, a small-liberal arts institution outside of Richmond, VA.
J.P. Javier-Wong Coordinator of New Student Programs
JP is the current Coordinator of New Student Programs at Towson. While working closely with Lisa Reagle, the Director of New Student Programs, on all department initiatives, JP is primarily responsible for transferring student programming and new staff recruitment, selection, and training. He also conducts department assessment and program evaluation and is responsible web development. Outside of Towson, JP serves at the current Maryland State Representative for the National Orientation Director's Association (NODA).
JP came to Towson in August 2009 after completing a Master of Education degree in College Student Affairs Administration from the University of Georgia (UGA). During his graduate studies, JP held a NODA internship at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, as well as an assistantship in assessment and a practicum in staff training and development. Prior to attending UGA, JP worked in graduate admissions at George Mason University. JP completed his undergraduate education at James Madison University, graduating in 2003 with a B.BA. in Hospitality and Tourism Management.
Brittany is the graduate assistant in New Student Programs at Towson, and she’s currently pursuing a Master of Science degree in Speech-Language Pathology from Towson’s graduate school. Prior to starting at Towson in August 2011, Brittany completed her undergraduate studies in English Linguistics and History from Millersville University of Pennsylvania. Welcome to Towson Fall 2011 will be Brittany’s first experience on the planning side of undergraduate orientation programs, and she looks forward to meeting everyone and experiencing what Towson has to offer.
New Student Programs
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