Kelly is a graduate of a small liberal arts college, and truly values the type of education and experience Manhattanville offers to its students. Kelly has worked at several colleges in Student Life, Admissions, and Academic Advising. She holds a B.A. in Psychology and English Literature, and an M.S.Ed. in Higher Education Administration.
As a Student Success Advisor at Manhattanville, she advocates for students and ensures they are best set up for success, both in and out of the classroom. She believes in having a collaborative relationship with students. Through teamwork and thoughtful discussions, she encourages students to set personal and academic goals, to explore various academic programs, and to use the many student support services and social programs on-campus.
Kelly currently lives in Westchester, but is a proud Long Islander. She is active at her local Orangetheory fitness studio, and enjoys listening to true crime audio books and podcasts.
Dennis joined the advisement team in the Spring of 2020. Dennis worked previously as a Senior Academic Advisor within the City University of New York where he supported a large student population with strong academic interests across a variety of majors. He began his career working for a New York City community based organization supporting student success and college readiness. Dennis’ greatest joy as an educator is seeing students achieve their degrees, and put their dreams into action. Dennis earned his A.A. in Liberal Arts from Westchester Community College, B.A. in Liberal Studies from Purchase College, and his M.S. in Counseling from Mercy College. Dennis has seen the movie Back to the Future hundreds of times, and is a lifelong New York sports fan who once caught a home run at Shea Stadium.
Mike joined the advising team in March 2022. He is an alumnus of Manhattanville College, class of 2014. He holds a B.A. in Philosophy, and an M.S. in Higher Education Administration. After working in Residence Life, Mike transitioned to Academic Advising, and has enjoyed helping students achieve their goals and meet their potentials ever since.
Mike lives in Westchester with his fiancé and cat -- a harmonious trio that is known internally as, "The Cat-Pack." He enjoys cooking Mexican food, playing roller hockey, and visiting National Parks.