Joyce Milling - Director & Area Coordinator
I'm the Director of Residence Life. My main role is to supervise the Area Coordinators and support them in fostering a positive community in the residence halls for students.
I earned a Masters of Education with an emphasis in Higher Education Administration from The College of William and Mary. Before coming to WWC, I worked for three years as an Area Coordinator in Residence Life at The Catholic University of America.
My favorite quote is "The world owes us nothing, we owe each other the world."
Margot Jebb - Asst. Director & Area Coordinator
I am the Assistant Director of Residence Life. am also the Area Coordinator overseeing Sage Circle and ANTC/Sutton Residence Hall. Another primary responsibility is that I coordinate the conduct process.
I have a BA in French from Ithaca College, M.Ed in Counseling and Student Affairs from Clemson University.
A favorite quote of mine is:
"This is your world. Shape it or someone else will." - Gary Lew
Megan Letchworth - Area Coordinator
& Health Educator
I am the Area Coordinator for the Ballfields area as well as the Health Educator. I oversee part of the Res Life crew as well as the Health Promotions crew. In Res Life we work to provide students with a safe, healthy, fun, and enriching living environment. And on Health Promotions we are working this year to educate the campus about the use of Alcohol, Tobacco, and Illegal Substances as well as Bystander Intervention.
I graduated from UNC Greensboro with a BA in Classical Studies and recently graduated from the University of South Carolina with a masters in Higher Education and Student Affairs
I knew I wanted to work at WWC from the moment I drove onto on campus but having lunch with the students really sealed the deal for me when we spent 30 minutes talking about board games.
Crystal Ebert - Area Coordinator &
First Year Experience
I'm the Area Coordinator in charge of the First Year Experience. This means that I supervise all of the RAs, RDs, and happenings in Sunderland and Vining. I'm also the crew boss for the First Year Programming crew, which is made up of all first year students assisting their peers in the transition to college.
I received a BA from Gettysburg College in English & Philosophy. Post college, I worked full time at St. John's College in Annapolis, MD for almost six years. I completed two Masters degrees during my time at St. John's--an MA in Education and Human Development with a focus on Higher Education/Student Affairs, and the MA in Liberal Arts from St. John's.
The required service program was what primarily attracted me to WWC. I'm also thrilled with the pro-pet policy: I happily live in Sunderland with my newly adopted Norfolk Terrier, Atlas.