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Delilah Smith is the current Director of the S.A.G.E Center at Plymouth State University. Before being hired at Plymouth State, Delilah spent over eight years in the domestic and sexual violence field working with survivors of domestic and sexual violence both as an advocate and educator. Delilah has a BS in Social Work, a M.Ed. in Education and a CAGS in Educational Leadership. She is currently enrolled in Ed.D program at Plymouth State.
Breanna Hurlbutt recently graduated from Plymouth State University with a Bachelor of Science degree in Psychology in May of 2013. She is now currently enrolled as a graduate student at PSU working towards her master’s degree in school counseling. Her goal
is to be a guidance counselor once she graduates. Breanna is from Groveton NH and has lived in NH her whole life. Her hobbies include reading, writing, and many outdoor activities. Breanna will be coordinating the center’s suicide and anti-violence efforts.
Emily Marvin recently graduated from St. Lawrence University in New York. At SLU, she was a sociology major with minors in
education and gender & sexuality studies. She is excited to work at the S.A.G.E. Center to learn about gender and sexuality issues at PSU and learn more about the Plymouth community.
Roxanna Fera: With 18 years of international study, work and living experience, Roxana brings a graduate and international student perspective to the work we do. Personal and professional areas of interest include; Cross-cultural Communication and Understanding; Cultural transitions and integration; Cultural events and Neurodevelopmental Approach to learning & teaching and Neuroscience.
Undergraduate Student Assistants:
Alex Harris is a senior majoring in Social Work. Alex is from Essex Junction, Vermont. She enjoys being active, eating healthy and working out. She is involved with the Women’s Rugby Club on campus and is aspiring to become a referee. She works at the S.A.G.E. Center to help make a difference and because she is personally connected to the issues that the Center supports. Her favorite part of working at S.A.G.E. is coordinating panels for classes and events, and getting to speak to students about the issues LGBTQ+ people face.
Stephanie Spaulding is a senior majoring in Health from Raymond, Maine. Stephanie absolutely loves the ocean, the Boston Bruins, and almost anything that means being outside in the sun. Stephanie just recently started working at the S.A.G.E. Center and enjoys planning events, and helping to make the campus a safer, more comfortable place for everyone.
Cassidy Spencer is a second-year Social Studies Education major. At the S.A.G.E. Center she does a lot of poster design and advertising and loves it! Cassidy also really enjoys running and being active, and is a member of the Cross Country team. Cassidy also loves hiking and being outdoors, especially kayaking.
Kristy Stiles is a senior at Plymouth State studying English and Women’s Studies. She has been volunteering and working at the S.A.G.E. Center for almost two years now and she absolutely loves it. Kristy does a lot of outreach and LGBTQ work on campus as well as some anti-violence and equality work. Kristy is also on the Suicide Prevention Advisory Board and the Queer Council. When Kristy graduates she would like to go to school in a city to study Film, and one day be an independent director centering her work on the LGBT Community!
Julia Hafford is a Social work major. Julia is in her sophomore year at Plymouth State University. Julia is a transgender male to female. Julia is also easy going and a great person to talk to. Julia loves movies and hanging out with friends.
Brian Nartiff is a second-year Psychology major from Salem, NH. This is his first year working at the S.A.G.E. Center. He works on prevention based programming at the center. He watches the Patriots every Sunday, and is an active member of a fantasy football league. His favorite TV show is The Office and he can quote almost every line. During the summer he spends time at the beach and also volunteers at the Massachusetts Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals.mHe is the treasurer of the Psychology Club and an active member of the TEDxPlymouth Club.
Ayla Steere is a freshmen majoring in health education and promotion. She was born and raised in the Catskill Mountains in upstate New York. She is part of the Prevention Squad in the S.A.G.E. Center and loves every minute of it. Ayla loves being outdoors and participating in activities such as hiking, kayaking, canoeing and playing volleyball. She also loves to travel and hopes to spend as many semesters abroad as possible.
Domonique` Nicole is a West Palm Beach, Florida native, and
transferred to Plymouth State University in the Fall of 2012. A third year
college student, Domonique` studies Professional Communications with a minor in
Expository Writing. Not only is she the current Editor of the Features section
of The Clock student newspaper, as well as an on-campus Community Advisor, she
additionally works as an Event Coordinator for the multicultural section of the
S.A.G.E. Center. Her post-college aspiration is to travel internationally for a
Public Relations firm or a mainstream magazine. “I love the field of
communications,” Domonique` said, “be it through broadcasting, written work, or