The S.A.G.E Center Advisory Council serves in an advisory capacity to uphold the mission of the Center and assist in the development and promotion of activities and programs.
The roles and responsibilities of the Advisory Committee members include, but are not limited to:
- Program Review and Evaluation
- Long Range Planning
- Community and Public Relations
- Resources and Reccomendations
The S.A.G.E Center Advisory Board 2011-2012
Nancy Dyer email@example.com is a Licensed Alcohol and Drug Counselor working at the PSU Counseling and Human Relations Center. She chairs the Chemical Health Advisory Team (CHAT) and is also a member of the PSU Wellness at Work Committee. She co-advises the PSU Peer Educators, the PEEPS, which stands for Peers Educating and Empowering Plymouth State along with Wendy Burnham and Delilah Smith. Nancy has taught courses in both the Departments of Social Work and Social Sciences. She represents PSU on the NH Higher Education Alcohol Tobacco and Other Drug Committee and is active in representing the interests of Higher Education ATOD Prevention and Treatment in the local PSU Community as well at advocating for prevention service for university students at the state level. Nancy is a certified as a Yoga Instructor with additional certification in Trauma Sensitive Yoga.
Ashley Phillips firstname.lastname@example.org is a fun-loving transplant from San Antonio, Tx. She is the Langdon Woods Manager here on campus and also served as the Residence Director for Blair Hall. Ashley has a B.A. in Visual Media Communication with a concentration in Film from Emerson College and an M.Ed. in Organizational Health & Personal Transformation from Plymouth State University. Ashley enjoys spending time with her two cats Olaf and Rufus, hiking, kayaking, and traveling. Ashley is passionate about student success and is proactive in providing students with an opportunity to make meaningful connections at Plymouth State. Ashley’s favorite color is purple and she is often seen walking around campus showing off her purple pride.
Liz Ahl email@example.com is Associate Professor of English and English Department Chair at PSU. She teaches primarily poetry writing, creative writing, first-year seminar, and composition. Her interest in Women’s Studies and gender issues developed during her graduate studies at the University of Nebraska, where courses like 20th Century Lesbian Literature and the Rhetoric of Women Writers encouraged her to re-think her notions of gender and sexualilty. At Plymouth, she has taught Women in Contemporary American Culture, Women and their Environments, a special topics course focused on Women in Popular Culture, and a first-year seminar devoted to the question: “What is gender?”
Stephanie Halter, Ph.D. firstname.lastname@example.org is an Assistant Professor in the Criminal Justice Department at Plymouth State University. She received her Ph.D. in Sociology from the University of New Hampshire in 2008. Her research interests include juvenile victimization and offending and evaluation research. She is the Chair of the President’s Commission on the Status of Women, Board member at the Whole Village Family Resource Center and advisor to the Criminal Justice Honor Society.
Lisa Farmer email@example.com is the Executive Director and Direct Services Coordinator for the Voices Against Violence at Plymouth State University. In the past she has served as Program Director and Family Systems Counselor at the Becket School. She was also the Interim Director and Team Leader for Alternative Youth Adventures. Lisa received her M.Ed. in Educational Leadership and School Administration as well as her Special Education Teacher Certification from Plymouth State University in 2006.
Robin DeRosa firstname.lastname@example.org is Associate Professor of English, and she teaches courses in early American literature, critical theory, and Women’s Studies. Her most recent books are The Making of Salem: The Witch Trials in History, Fiction and Tourism and Simulation in Media and Culture: Believing the Hype. Robin is a co-advisor of AWARE, the PSU feminist student group, and a member of several councils and task forces related to gender and sexuality on campus.
Carol Perkins email@example.com