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2017-2018 Peer Support Program

Brandi-JamesBrandi James

Class of 2018
Chemistry & Mathematics
Northfield, Ohio

Brandi loves to sing and knit. She also knows all the states in alphabetical order via song. Brandi decided to be a mentor because Chip Murdock inspired her through all the work that he has done for her college career.


Aspen-GallowayAspen Galloway

Class of 2018
Social Work & Psychology
Norwalk, Ohio

Aspen has been an orientation leader three times and she is a student manager at the TOP. She has also joined 2 new clubs this semester (Fall 2017). Aspen decided to be a mentor because she wanted to experience meeting some of the incoming freshman a little more hands on, to be able to be there for them or help them in some way.


Alaunna-NelsonAlaunna Nelson

Class of 2020
Psychology & Social Work
Cleveland, Ohio

Alaunna is extremely adaptable and ambitious. She works well with groups and by herself. She decided to become a mentor due to her love for helping others.


Kelly-AngevineKelly Angevine

Class of 2019
Social Work
Cincinnati, Ohio

Kelly is left-handed, she plays lacrosse and she LOVES Spongebob. She decided to be a mentor because she enjoys helping others get comfortable at Wilmington. Kelly stated that she did not have a mentor who helped her, so she wanted to be a helping hand to others.


Vanessa-McKeeVanessa (Cheyann) McKee

Class of 2020
Criminal Justice and Psychology
Wilmington, Ohio

Cheyann played Men’s Lacrosse in high school. She is the youngest of 5 and is somewhere between 4’11 and 5 feet tall. Chyann was driven to be a mentor because she thinks it is important that students have a support system that they can rely on in order to thrive emotionally and academically.


Catreece-TatumCatreéce Tatum

Class of 2018
Social Work
Cincinnati, Ohio

Catreéce has 4 parents and she is a first-generation college student. Wilmington College is her 13th school. She also graduated from The School for Creative and Performing Arts and joined her mother as an alum. Catreéce wanted to be a mentor because she did not have a mentor to lean on during her freshmen year and knew that having a support system is needed for people in their years away from home.


Lexi-MahaffaLexi Mahaffa

Class of 2019
Social Work
Medina, Ohio

Lexi is obsessed with Chipotle. She also loves to sing and she snowboards. Lexi loves to help others and wanted to make the freshmen feel comfortable and give them the support they needed.


Eric-Flynn-JrEric Flynn Jr.

Class of 2018
Accounting
Cleveland, Ohio

Eric loves tacos, pizza and breadsticks. When asked why he wanted to be a mentor he simply stated, Chip Murdock.


David-HenryDavid Henry

Class of 2018
Sports Management
Wilmington, Ohio

David likes to lift. He is an avid animal lover and a foodie. David decided to be a mentor because he feels that it is rewarding to help someone better themselves.


Brittany Montgomery

Class of 2018
Criminal Justice
Cincinnati, Ohio

Brittany is a twin and she writes poetry. She also plays the snare drum. Brittany became a mentor because of Chip Murdock and because she loves helping and guiding people.


Jordan-JonesJordan Jones

Class of 2018
Business
Dayton, Ohio

Jordan can solve a Rubik’s cube. He enjoys traveling and loves sports. Jordan realized her could be a lot more involved on campus than he was in the past. He thought that the mentoring program would be a good starting point. He also thinks it is good for first year students to have someone they can confide in, outside of faculty members.


Brianna-MontgomeryBrianna Montgomery

Class of 2019
Health Administration
Cincinnati, Ohio

Brianna is a Licensed Massage Therapist. She also has a twin and can burp really loud. Brianna wanted to be a mentor because her mentor was really good to her and she wants to spread the love.


Quinten-BeachQuinten Beach

Class of 2018
Marketing
Dayton, Ohio

Quinten enjoys writing, basketball and music. He became a mentor because of Kenneth Jones.


Markia-BlackMarkia (Marty) Black

Class of 2018
Biology
Chicago, Illinois

Marty is a poet. She is the 10th child of 12 and she has rode an elephant before. Marty wanted wanted to be a mentor because she had a mentor her freshmen year and was drawn to Chip.


Brandin-JohnsonBrandin Johnson

Class of 2018
Athletic Training
Cincinnati, Ohio

Brandin has played tennis for 14 years. He is a Wilmington College Cheerleader and the Student Body Vice President. Brandin wanted to be a mentor due to his mentor. He stated that he still talks to his mentor everyday and he helps him with anything Brandin throws at him. Brandin really values that connection.


Brandon Williams

Class of 2018
Communication Arts
Dayton, Ohio

Brandon has his own business. He is family orientated and he likes to meet new people. Brandon had a good experience with the mentoring program and he decided to be a mentor.


Brandon Ford

Class of 2019
Accounting & Communication
Cincinnati, Ohio

Brandon is a musician and an artist. He also likes to play basketball. Brandon wanted to be a mentor based of the connection and relationship he developed with Chip Murdock.