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Christina Brenner

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Christina Brenner, Assistant Dean of Students 
In her role as the Assistant Dean of Students, Ms. Brenner is responsible for implementing, coordinating and monitoring West Chester University's Code of Conduct. This involves the training and evaluating of Hearing Officers, selection of members to serve on the University Hearing Board, overseeing the appeals process, and coordinating the administrative components of the conduct program. 

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Elizabeth Calderaro

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Elizabeth Calderaro, Administrative Assistant
Liz is the Administrative Assistant in the Office of Student Conduct. Liz has been with the university for over 15 years working in the academic and administrative sides of the university. Her responsibilities range from assisting the Dean with scheduling meetings, managing the budget, and general office duties.  Liz also serves as the first line of contact for the students, updating student records, handling student’s calls and in-person student requests.     

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Rhonda D’Annunzio

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Rhonda D’Annunzio, Administrative Support
Rhonda holds a B.A. in Communications from West Chester University and spent over 20 years as a Communications Specialist and Managing Editor in the private sector before returning to her alma mater to become a part of the Office of Student Conduct. Rhonda serves as the first line of contact for students, parents and staff/faculty in responding to questions and concerns. She is active in updating student records, problem solving and handling student calls and in-person student requests.

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Dr. Tammy Hilliard-Thompson

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Dr. Hilliard-Thompson, Assistant Director
Dr. Hilliard-Thompson serves as one of the Assistant Directors in the Office of Student Conduct.  She is responsible for guiding students through the conduct process by discussing their rights, options health choices and the impact of their decisions on future career aspirations and the University community. Additionally, Dr. Hilliard-Thompson serves as a liaison to the Hearing Officers serving in the Office of Residence Life and Housing Services providing conduct process training and assessment. Dr. Hilliard-Thompson holds a B.S. in Recreation and Leisure Studies from Montclair State University, M.A.T. in Education from Sacred Heart University and a Ed.D. in Organizational Leadership, Learning and Innovation from Wilmington University. Previous assignments has included experiences in residence life, multicultural affairs, and non-profit college retention and success.

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Shelley Siedzikowski

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Shelley Siedzikowski, Assistant Director of Student Conduct
Shelley has served as an Assistant Director in the Office of Student Conduct since 2012. Prior to that she worked in New Student Programs and Residence Life and Housing Services here at WCU. Responsibilities include adjudicating individual and group conduct cases and supervising the office’s graduate student staff. As a hearing officer, Shelley facilitates conversations with students regarding violations of University policy; and serves as a University Hearing Board member. She also works with the Assistant Dean of Students for Student Conduct on projects and policy revisions as needed. Shelley holds a B.A. in Journalism from Indiana University of Pennsylvania (IUP) and an M.S. in College Student Development and Counseling from Northeastern University.

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Richard Stumpf

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Richard Stumpf, Assistant Director of Case Management
Richard has served as an Assistant Director of Case Management in the Office of Student Conduct since 2023. Prior to arriving at WCU, he served as the Assistant Director of Engineering Entrepreneurship at Villanova University and has over 19 years’ experience working in higher education at multiple universities. As a case manager, Richard serves as the primary authority for issuing violations of the Student Code of Conduct. He also facilitates University Board and Administrative Hearings. Richard holds a B.A. in Political Science from Villanova University and a Juris Doctorate from Seton Hall University School of Law.

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