Assitant Director of Residence Life
Julie finished her undergraduate degree in 2010 at Spring Arbor University in Spring Arbor, Michigan. She graduated with a B.A. in Psychology. After completing her degree she spent the following three years serving as a Resident Director with Greenville College in Illinois. During those three years, she mentored and worked with college students while pursuing her Masters in Higher Education through Geneva College in Pennsylvania. She will complete her degree in May 2016. Julie is excited to serve the students of Mississippi College. One of her goals while living in Mississippi is to pet an alligator.
Assistant Area Coordinator for Whittington
Area Coordinator for New Women's West
Stacey Holmes is a native of Duck Hill, MS. Stacey earned a Bachelor's of Arts degree in Elementary Education from The University of Mississippi in 2011. Stacey is coming from Arkansas State University-Jonesboro, where she earned her Master's in Science for College Student Personnel Service and has worked for three years as a graduate hall director. Stacey is happy to return home to Mississippi.
Assistant Area Coordinator for Ratliff Hall
David graduated from Montreat College in May of 2013 with a degree in Business Administration. While he was a student, David was a member of the men’s soccer team, was heavily involved with Student Activities and intramural sports and served as SGA President. David notes that the leadership opportunities that Montreat provided him were a highlight of his experience. When he’s not in the office, you can find this Richmond, Virginia native going on long runs, discovering new music, hanging out with friends, or just being goofy. While here at MC, David will be pursuing a Master’s Degree in Higher Education Administration in addition to his duties as AAC in Ratliff Hall.
Assistant Area Coordinator for Latimer-Webb Hall
Assistant Area Coordinator for New Women's East Hall
Kelsey Cutright is from Greenup, Illinois. She graduated from Greenville College in August of 2014 with her Bachelor of Arts in Psychology. There she worked as an Resident Assistant in upperclassmen housing for her senior year and was also was very involved in Student Senate in which she held the positions of a Proposal Committee Head and Upper Classmen Representative. Along with these, she is a member of Psi Chi and Association for Christians in Student Development. Kelsey is currently working on her masters degree in Student Development Counseling and Administration through Indiana Wesleyan University. When she is not busy with residence life or school work, you may see her longboarding around campus or enjoying a coffee break a friend.
Assistant Area Coordinator for New Mens Hall
Jantzen Eddington is originally from Columbus, Indiana. He earned his Bachelor of Arts Degree in Political Science and History from Valparaiso University, in Valparaiso, Indiana. Jantzen earned his Master of Arts in Education from McKendree University in Lebanon, Illinois. Jantzen is in his second year of law school at Mississippi College, School of Law. Jantzen enjoys playing soccer, doing triathlons, and playing ice hockey. Jantzen has a passion for mentoring, educating, and helping people.
Assistant Area Coordinator for Hederman and Gunter Halls
Anna-Maria is a native of Lafayette, LA. She completed her B.A. in International Studies at Belhaven University in Jackson, Mississippi. She is currently working on her M.A. in Marriage and Family Therapy at Reformed Theological Seminary. When not working, Anna-Maria enjoys cooking, traveling, and friends.
Assistant Area Coordinator for Mary Nelson Hall
Assistant Area Coordinator for College Plaza
Area Coordinator for Chrestman Hall
Alister Englehart hails from the far-off land of Cleveland, Ohio. From 2007 to 2013, Alister lived in Western Pennsylvania where he earned his Bachelor of Arts Degree in Music at Grove City College and his Master of Arts in Student Affairs at Slippery Rock University. Alister was married to his wife, Erin, on July 11th this past summer before they promptly picked up and moved down to join the 200 men in Chrestman Hall. In his spare time, he loves to play pick-up Ultimate Frisbee, talk and learn about the Word over coffee, and throw a new set of strings on his acoustic guitar.