Christopher Reid is a West Virginia University alum where he graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in Sociology & Anthropology. While at WVU, Chris discovered his passion for Higher Education while serving as a Resident Assistant and Orientation Leader during his undergraduate studies.
He later found himself at the University of New Haven in Connecticut, where he earned his Master’s in Public Administration with a concentration in Human Resource Management while working as a Graduate Residence Director in the Office of Housing & Residence Life.
After graduate school, Chris worked professionally as a Hall Director for three years at Christopher Newport University in Newport News, VA.
Chris is thankful for the opportunity to lead Housing & Residence Life operations at Louisburg College. He is particularly excited about mentoring professional and paraprofessional staff, as well as watching students develop into young leaders and scholars of tomorrow.
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Mack Carr is originally from a small town from Pennsylvania named Maytown. He graduated with a Bachelor’s in psychology from Millersville University and is currently pursuing a Master’s in professional counseling with Liberty University in Lynchburg, VA.
Before making the move to Louisburg College, Mack was a professional in Child Welfare helping teenage foster youth transition into a life of independence. Mack was also a mentor and life skills coach for foster youth.
What Mack loves most about working at LC is creating strong relationships with the students and watching them develop into successful and responsible students in the pursuit of their life goals and aspirations.
office: (919) 497-1159 | email@example.com
2017-2018 Resident Advisor Staff
Resident Advisors, or RAs, are paraprofessional staff members in Housing & Residence Life. RAs are hired, trained, and supervised by the Director and Community Directors.
RAs live on every floor in every residence hall on campus and are on the frontline when residential students need assistance, whether an emergency or crisis, or seeking campus resources and information.
RAs obtain a variety of important, transferable skills through frequent training. Most importantly, RAs work to build positive residential communities that are inclusive, as well as conducive to academic success. These young men and women, along with Community Directors and Campus Safety, also have a great responsibility in safeguarding campus policies to ensure that the residence halls are safe and secure.