The Sister Mary T. Clark, RSCJ Center is located in the Founders Gallery (1st Floor)
General Contact Information Ph: 914.323.5447 Fax: 914.323.1268
Mailing Address Sister Mary T. Clark, RSCJ Center Manhattanville College Founders G-20 2900 Purchase Street Purchase, New York 10577
email@example.com Patricia Hess, administrative assistant, for the Sister Mary T. Clark, RSCJ Center oversees student workers with managing student inquiries and database entry. Additionally, she maintains the Volunteer database and office records, produces effective probation reports for financial aid and program comparisons for end of year reports. She recently produced a new departmental brochure and is very versatile with Publisher and marketing design. Patricia implemented procedures to ensure the timely return of sign in sheets for verification purposes. Formerly, Patricia worked in the college’s business affairs department as coordinator of business services managing non-student revenue, summer groups and office rentals, liaison for contracted vendor services, and insurance claims
Craig Kevin Sevilla Donnelly, Jr. coordinates community service activities for the Sister Mary T. Clark, RSCJ Center seven days a week and has been especially successful in the enhancement of varied community partnerships and programming. He serves as the club advisor for Gospel Choir, Minds in Motion, and Christian Fellowship. Craig facilitates service-related workshops for the Office of Residence Life, SUNY Purchase, Yonkers Partners in Education, and the Westchester County Department of Senior Programs & Services. He coordinates student participation in the Hatton W. Sumners Student Leadership Conference-U.T./Austin, the New Orleans and Romero Center-Camden Service Learning Trips. Craig also directs a play per semester that benefits the cast kids program. Craig is a member of the Westchester Not-for-Profit Alliance, the Florida National Broadcasting Society, and the Backstage Theater Group of New York. He earned his BA in Communication from Kean University, New Jersey.
Usman Khan recently joined Manhattanville College as the Muslim chaplain. He combines a passion for teaching with a love of history, poetry, literature, chaplaincy and the great outdoors. After completing a BA in education and history from CUNY Brooklyn College in 2011, he went on to serve as a high school teacher for a period of one year before returning to pursue graduate studies. He completed his graduate studies at the renowned Hartford Seminary in Connecticut, with an MA in Islamic Studies and Christian Muslim Relations in 2014. He plans on pursuing a Phd in Islamic Studies in the near future. Further, he has the distinction of completing the formal memorization of the entire text of the Quran in 2002. Since that time, he has been a noted speaker, youth counselor and Chaplain/Imam in various colleges, Islamic institutions and mosques in the tri-state area. He was a member of the board of the Muslim Student Association of Brooklyn College, Chaplain at Bard College, volunteer Chaplain at the Fishkill State Penitentiary in NY. When his head isn’t buried in a book, he is usually found mountain biking in the scenic trails of the Hudson Valley, or reciting verses of poetry to unsuspecting ears.
He recently joined Manhattanville and will assist as a Jewish Chaplain. He is in his final year of rabbinical school at Yeshivat Chovevei Torah in Riverdale, New York. He grew up in Baltimore, Maryland, and before going to college spent a year studying at Yeshivat Torat Chaim in Jerusalem. During his time there he developed a love of Israel through hiking and exploring the land. He attended the University of Maryland, where he received a BS in Material Science and Engineering. While on campus as a student, he actively engaged in pluralistic Jewish programming through the organization Heart to Heart. Ben strives to make Judaism relevant and fun by connecting Jewish content to people’s interests. Ben was a UJA-Federation Seymour Siegel Scholar, the Educational Director for Heart to Heart, and is currently a Birthright Israel Fellow. He enjoys spending time hiking, playing ultimate frisbee and other sports, and cooking adventurous foods.