Green Street houses are some of the oldest houses on Smith Campus. These were built as far back as 1878. With age comes history and tradition. Pride that comes from living in a Green Street house is only surpassed by the appreciation of their proximity to the classroom buildings, the gymnasium, the athletic fields and scenic Paradise Pond. Green Street is a small street lined with speciality shops that gives the feel of an intimate community. All of the houses have porches, some with swings. Porch swings and cozy living rooms make these houses a place that many students call home for their entire four years at Smith.
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What are your open hours?
I hold open hours on Mondays from 10-11 am, Wednesdays from 10-11 am, and Thursdays from 3-4 pm.
What are your professional interests?
My professional interests include social justice education, intergroup dialogue, queer/trans advocacy, intersectional anti-racism, and mentoring students who are interested in careers in Student Affairs.
What are your personal interests?
I love to read detective series, learn to cook new recipes, and go for long walks. These days, most of my free time is spent with my partner, Leigh-Anne, watching enthralled as our twin babies enjoy their first year of life.
What is your education background?
I have a Bachelors degree in Women and Gender Studies and a Masters degree in Social Justice Education, both from University of Massachusetts, Amherst.
Where did you grow up?
What are your two favorite places on campus?
I think Smith is so beautiful. I am especially taken by the trees outside the library in the fall and the pond in the winter.