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Meet The CLCD Staff

Campus Living & Community Development Office

JC Lopez

Director of Campus Living and Community Development 

JC LopezJC returned to the CLCD staff as the Director in January of 2017 after serving as the Director of Campus Life and Summer at DePauw. JC graduated from Edinboro University of Pennsylvania in 2005 with a B.A. in ​Applied Media Arts and received his M.S. in College Student Counseling and Personnel Services from Slippery Rock University of Pennsylvania in 2008. JC served as a Educational Leadership Instructor and continues to volunteer for his national organization (Kappa Delta Rho Fraternity) when able. He began his career in Higher Education within CLCD in 2008 and has severed in a variety of roles over his years at DePauw. JC also serves as the Chicago Posse XVI Mentor. 

 

 

Yug Gill

ASSOCIATE DIRECTOR OF CAMPUS LIVING AND COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT

Yug Gill

Yug started working at DePauw in 2012 as the Area Coordinator of CLCD. Most recently, Yug worked as the Assistant Director of International Student Service before returning to CLCD in June 2017. Yug attended Calvin College in Grand Rapids, Michigan where he earned a Bachelor’s of Science in Chemistry in 2007. In 2009, Yug also received a Master’s of Education degree in College Student Affairs and Leadership from Grand Valley State University.

Yug enjoys getting to know students and working with the residence hall communities.  Yug has family in Michigan and India. He loves to travel to visit his family. In his spare time, Yug loves to spend time with his wife and children, play Wallyball and basketball, and watch cricket.

Nicci Collisi

assistant Director of Campus Living and Community Development

Nicci Collisi

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Nick Stepaniak

campus living and community development coordinator

Nick has worked at DePauw since August 2015. He is originally from Alpena, Michigan. In April 2015, Nick graduated from Grand Valley State University, where he obtained his Masters of Education in College Student Affairs. Nick did his undergraduate work at Central Michigan University where he received his Bachelors of Applied Arts in Child Development with a minor in Leadership Studies. Nick will be working on Fraternity & Sorority Life Initiatives as well as advising the Interfraternity Council, Panhellenic Council and all six Panhellenic Sororities and will also be working with the IFC Judicial Board.

 

 

Antonio Austin

CAMPUS LIVING AND COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT COORDINATOR

Antonio started working at DePauw in the Summer of 2017. He is originally from Pittsboro, North Carolina and earned his B.A. from Elon University (North Carolina) and his M.Ed. in Higher Education Leadership from Valdosta State University (Georgia). Antonio has worked in Greek Life and Residence Life at VSU through internship and assistantship experiences. At DePauw, he will primarily advise NPHC & MGC and provide programmatic support to the councils and member organizations.

 

 

 

 

 

Destiny Deaton

CAMPUS LIVING AND COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT COORDINATOR

Destiny started working at DePauw in the Summer of 2017. She was born and raised in Atlanta, GA, and she attended undergrad at Columbus State University in Columbus, GA. There, she received her B.F.A. and became a member of Phi Mu Fraternity. She then attended Graduate School at Southeast Missouri State University receiving a M.A. in Higher Education Administration. During her graduate schooling, she completed a NODA Internship at Georgia Tech working in New Student and Sophomore Programs. At DePauw, she will be primarily advising Fraternity and Sorority Life Organizations, working with the Panhellenic community, and supporting Order of Omega, an organization that recognizes high standards and excellence within the Fraternity and Sorority community..

 

 

 Xeno Carpenter-New

CAMPUS LIVING AND COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT COORDINATOR

Xeno started working at DePauw in the summer of 2017. He was born in Greencastle, but grew up in Beloit, Wisconsin. Xeno earned his bachelor's degree in Music from DePauw University. Following graduation, he taught English in Macedonia through the Fulbright program.. At DePauw, Xeno was a First-Year Resident Assistant, Community Resource Assistant, and a summer CRA. He will supervise First-Year RAs in Hogate and Bishop Roberts Hall. In his free time, Xeno enjoys reading, running, cycling, and trying interesting foods - he hopes to take part in the Little 5 alumni race this spring.

 

 

 

 

Ben DiYenno

CAMPUS LIVING AND COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT COORDINATOR

Ben started at DePauw in the Summer of 2017. He is originally from Medford Lakes, New Jersey; a small suburb of Philadelphia. In May 2017, Ben graduated from Ball State University where he received his Master’s of Arts in Student Affairs Administration in Higher Education. Before earning his Master’s degree, Ben graduated from Le Moyne College in 2015 with his Bachelor’s of Science in Psychology. Ben will be working with students living in Humbert, Longden, and College Street Halls, as well as the First-Year Experience Co-Curriculum. He enjoys helping students find ways of applying their passions to potential career-paths.

 

 

 

 Donna McKean

Secretary for Campus Living and Community Development

Donna joined Campus Living and Community Development at the start of the fall 2014 semester after previously working in Financial Aid and Facilities Management. Donna grew up in Terre Haute, Indiana and attended Indiana State University. She has been married to her husband Tim for 32 years and they have two daughters, Jessie and Kady. Donna serves as support for all the staff in Campus Living and Community Development.