Meet the Staff
Meggan Herrald Johnston
Interim Director of Campus Living and Community Development & Director of Community Standards
Meggan Herrald Johnston came to DePauw in the summer of 2001. After serving several years in the Residence Life Office, Meggan is currently serving in an interim role within the CLCD office while also supporting the work of Community Standards. Meggan holds a Masters in Education degree in Student Personnel Services from the University of South Carolina and and Bachelors in Music Education from Millikin University.
Director of Administration and Operations for Campus Living and Community Development
Wendy has worked at DePauw since Fall 2007, currently serving as the Director of Campus Living. Wendy studied Art History and Religious Studies at DePauw University and received her M.A. in Education, with a focus in College Student Affairs Leadership from Grand Valley State University in Allendale, Michigan.
Interim Assistant Director for Community Standards & Assistant Director of Campus Living and Community development
Amanda has worked at DePauw since October 2011. She earned her B.A. from Iowa State University with a major in Women's Studies and a minor in Sociology. After graduation, she earned her M.S. in College Student Personnel from Western Illinois University. Amanda is originally from Urbandale, Iowa. Amanda works with students living in Anderson Street Hall, Senior Hall and Mason Hall. Additionally she works with Community Standards for individuals and student organizations.
Campus Living and Community Development Coordinator
Lena has worked at DePauw since July 2015. She is originally from sunny Fort Lauderdale, Florida. She received her B.A. in History from the Catholic University of America in Washington, DC, in May 2013. In May 2015, she graduated with her M.Ed. in Student Development in Higher Education from the University of Maine. This year at DePauw Lena will continue working with the first-year communities in both Hogate and Lucy Rowland Halls. She will also be supporting DePauw's upper class students housed in Lucy Rowland Hall. Along with her residential responsibilities, Lena is also the adviser for two of DePauw's sororities, Alpha Chi Omega and Psi Lambda Xi.
Assistant Director for Campus Living And Community Development
Emeline joined Campus Living and Community Development in 2014. This year Emeline is coordinating our day-to-day housing operations, will be working with the residents in the university owned apartments houses and Rector Village, and advising Beta Theta Pi, Phi Kappa Psi, and Order of Omega. Emeline is from Indianapolis and graduated from DePauw University with a major in Communication and a minor in Art History. After graduation, she worked as a Resident Chapter Consultant for Alpha Chi Omega at the University of North Carolina-Wilmington. In her free time, Emeline likes to volunteer for Alpha Chi Omega, spend time with her family, and travel.
Campus Living AND Community Development Coordinator
JaMon has worked as the Coordinator for Multicultural Greek Life at DePauw since July 2015. He is originally from Fort Wayne, Indiana. JaMon earned his B.A. in Sociology at Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis (IUPUI) in 2013. In July 2015, he graduated from Western Kentucky University, where he obtained his M.Ed. in Student Affairs.
campus living and community development coordinator
Nick has worked as the Coordinator for Fraternity Life 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 with the College Street Community, Advising IFC and the IFC Judicial Board.
Carl Hill, Jr.
campus living and community development coordinator
Carl Hill Jr. returned to his alma mater in the role of Campus Living and Community Development Coordinator on September 12th. He is originally from Chicago, Illinois. Upon graduating with a degree in Sociology, Anthropology, and Mandarin Chinese from DePauw, Carl moved to New Taipei City, Taiwan where he served as Managing Director at a private senior high school. Carl has traveled to more than 35 countries, founded the travel company CPtravels and is the author of the novel The Unexpected Perspective. Carl works with students living in Bishop Roberts Hall and Longden Hall.
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.
Program Assistant for Campus Living and Community Development
Jamie Stuckey came to DePauw in 2006 and has worked in the University setting since 2003, coming from Indiana University- Bloomington. She is from Brazil, Indiana and is a 1999 graduate of Fox Valley Technical College in Wisconsin and also a 2003 graduate of Barton Community College in Kansas. Jamie provides administrative support to the Student Academic Life Division, which includes direct work with Community Standards and Campus Living and Community Development (CLCD). She is also a liaison to Counseling Services at DePauw and assists the BASICS (Brief Alcohol Screening and Intervention for College Students) Program, Alcohol and Drug Assessments and the Substance Use Intervention Workshops.