Mentors & Tutors

Walead Abdrabouh

Walead Abdrabouh, Information Management Systems

Benjamin Agyare

Benjamin Agyare, School of Natural Sciences and Mathematics

Diana Allen

Diana Allen, School of Business

Donnetrice Allison

Donnetrice Allison, School of Arts and Humanities

Jason Babin

Jason Babin, Office of Student Rights and Responsibilities

Haley Baum

Haley Baum, Student Development

Dr. Guia Calicdan-Apostle

Dr. Guia Calicdan-Apostle, School of Social and Behavioral Sciences

Melissa Cleary

Melissa Cleary, Residential Life

Christy Cunningham

Christy Cunningham, Career Center

Stephen Davis

Stephen Davis, Office of the Dean of Students

Kelly Dougherty

Kelly Dougherty, School of Health Sciences

Dr. Elizabeth Elmore

Dr. Elizabeth Elmore, School of Social and Behavioral Science

Dr. Susan Fahey

Dr. Susan Fahey, School of Social and Behavioral Sciences

Lauren Fonseca

Lauren Fonseca, School of General Studies

Dennis Fotia

Dennis Fotia, E-Learning

Dennis Furgione

Dennis Furgione, Institutional Research

Dr. Christine Gayda-Chelder

Dr. Christine Gayda-Chelder, School of Social and Behavioral Sciences

AmyBeth Glass

AmyBeth Glass, Office Of Graduate Studies

Christy Goodnight

Christy Goodnight, Library

Laurie Greene

Laurie Greene, School of Social and Behavioral Sciences

Laurie Griscom

Laurie Griscom, Event Services

Jessica Grullon

Jessica Grullon, Office of Graduate Studies

Robert Heinrich

Robert Heinrich, Information Technology Services

Tomas Itaas

Tomas Itaas, CARE Program 

Brittany Jenniss

Brittany Jenniss, Academic Advising

Amy Jones

Amy Jones, Office of Student Rights and Responsibilities

Karin Kallert

Karin Kallert, School of Education 

Steve Kalman

Steve Kalman, School of Natural Sciences and Mathematics

Mary Kientz

Mary Kientz, School of Health Sciences

Jenise Kurtz

Jenise Kurtz, Admissions

Esther Lawrence

Esther Lawrence, School of Business

Liane Levenson Esq.

Liane Levenson Esq., School of General Studies

Cynthia McCloskey

Cynthia McCloskey, Acadamic Advising

Nicole Milan-Tyner

Nicole Milan-Tyner, School of Continuing Studies

Delores Mozelle-Wright

Delores Mozelle-Wright, School of Social and Behavioral Sciences

Amit Mukherjee

Amit Mukherjee, School of Business

Richard Mulivhill

Richard Mulivhill, School of Social and Behavioral Sciences

Ariane Newman

Ariane Newman, School of Health Science

Dr. Justin Ostrofsky

Dr. Justin Ostrofsky, School of Social and Behavioral Sciences

Dr. Mary Padden

Dr. Mary Padden, School of Health Science

Dr. Nora Palugod

Dr. Nora Palugod, Business Studies

Shiv Patel

Shiv Patel, Office of Graduate Studies

Luis Pena

Luis Pena, School of General Studies

Brian Pluchino

Brian Pluchino, Residential Life

Jennifer Radwanski

Jennifer Radwanski, Event Services 

Steven Radwanski

Steven Radwanski, Residential Life

Demetrios Roubos

Demetrios Roubos, Information Technology Services

Dr. Michael Scales

Dr. Michael Scales, Hospitality and Tourism Management Studies

Dr. Yitzhak Sharon

Dr. Yitzhak Sharon, School of Natural Sciences and Mathmatics

Kathleen Siracusa

Kathleen Siracusa, School of Social and Behavioral Sciences

Dr. Emmanuel Small

Dr. Emmanuel Small, School of Business

Dianne Stalling

Dianne Stalling, Student Development

Joseph Sramaty

Joseph Sramaty, Office of Vice President of Student Affairs

Craig Stambaugh

Craig Stambaugh, Office of the Dean of Students

Tristan Stoltzfus

Tristan Stoltzfus, Human Resources

Dr. Aakash Taneja

Dr. Aakash Taneja, School of Business

Megan Taylor

Megan Taylor, CARE Program

Richard Trama

Richard Trama, Academic Advising

C. Hannah Ueno

C. Hannah Ueno, School of Arts and Humanities

Dr. Elisa Von Joeden-Forgey

Dr. Elisa Von Joeden-Forgey, School of General Studies

Lisa Warnock

Lisa Warnock, Event Services

Dr. Dedra Williams

Dr. Dedra Williams, School of Education

Tara Williams

Tara Williams, School of Graduate Studies

Corrine Wilsey

Corrine Wilsey, School of Health Science

Lauren Wilson

Lauren Wilson, Student Development

Kerrin Wolf, Esq.

Kerrin Wolf, Esq., School of Business

Lisa Youngblood

Lisa Youngblood, School of General Studies

Dr. Juana Zegarra

Dr. Juana Zegarra, School of Social and Behavioral Sciences 


Our Peer Mentors - Fall 2017

Momtahima Afrin

Momtahima Afrin, Literature and Secondary Education

Christopher Bajada

Christopher Bajada, Health Sciences

Brittany Beales

Brittany Beales, Speech Language

Jess Bern

Jess Bern, Communication Studies

Alexis Braham

Alexis Braham, Health Sciences (concentration in Occupatioal Therapy)

Amy Brennan

Amy Brennan, Social Work

Kaitlyn Burke

Kaitlyn Burke, Biochemistry 

Judith Cassidy

Judith Cassidy, Nursing

Justine Centner

Justine Centner, Health Sciences

Nicole Christensen

Nicole Christensen, Economics

Hayley Clarke

Hayley Clarke, Health Sciences

Paige Conti

Paige Conti, Education

Alexandria Dobbin

Alexandria Dobbin, Biology

Krista Garrison

Krista Garrison, Health Sciences

Phoebe Gruetter

Phoebe Gruetter, Biology

Nicole Harned

Nicole Harned, Psychology

Victoria Hendrickson

Victoria Hendrickson, Public Health

Marissa Hulmes

Marissa Hulmes, Psychology (concentration in Forensics) 

Kieyanah Johnson

Kieyanah Johnson, Social Work

Matthew Kancy

Matthew Kancy, Computational Science

Wilhemina Kennedy

Wilhemina Kennedy, Biology

Julie Kim

Julie Kim, Biology

Jasmine Lee

Jasmine Lee, Health Science

Alejandra Londono

Alejandra Londono, Spanish

Shannon Madgey

Shannon Madgey, Psychology

Daniella Mazzo

Daniella Mazzo, Health Sciences (concentration in Occupational Therapy)

Sean McBride

Sean McBride, Biology

Ashley Molina

Ashley Molina, Social Work

Brooke Nolan

Brooke Nolan, Biology

Leah Oattes 

Leah Oattes , Health Sciences (concentration in Communication Disorders)

Gabrielle Ojeda

Gabrielle Ojeda, Psychology

Oleksandra Ostapenko

Oleksandra Ostapenko, Nursing

Tracy Phan

Tracy Phan, Nursing

Jenna Purviance

Jenna Purviance, Psychology

Gary Rosenberg

Gary Rosenberg, Hospitality & Tourism Management

Morganne Schafle

Morganne Schafle, Psychology

Elizabeth Schmidt

Elizabeth Schmidt, Business

Katelyn Smyth

Katelyn Smyth, Health Sciences

Megan Soder

Megan Soder, Liberal Studies and Education

Taylor Timmons

Taylor Timmons, Health Sciences

Kerri Watkins

Kerri Watkins, Health Science

Found below is our list of CARE tutors. Please directly contact them regarding availability. Should you have any questions, please send an email to:


Name E-Mail Qualified Courses to Tutor
Brianna Ciampa Chemistry for Life
Alexandria Dobbin Algebra


An Invitation to Become a CARE Peer Mentor
Help us help your fellow students succeed at Stockton. Become a Peer Mentor in the CARE Program. The CARE Program aims to help students navigate and maximize the benefits of various academic and student life resources available at Stockton. A CARE Peer Mentor is a sophomore, junior or senior student who provides guidance to a group of approximately 2-3 Stockton students in the CARE Program.

A mentor is expected to:

  • Help students become familiar with Stockton's resources.
  • Refer students to appropriate Stockton resources, if necessary.
  • Provide support, guidance, and encouragement to CARE mentees.
  • Maintain high level of confidentiality.
  • Check in with mentees weekly. Communications through Facebook,Twitter,texting, face-to-face meeting,emailand by phone are all acceptable.
  • Meet 1:1 with mentee(s) each month to talk about goals for the semester.
  • Record all student interactions on weekly online contact form.

CARE Peer Mentors must have the following qualifications:

  • A cumulative GPA of 2.75 and good academic standing.
  • Completed a minimum of 32 credits.
  • Willingness and ability to commit to attending a required one-day training.
  • Ability to relate to people from diverse backgrounds.

If you are interested in becoming a CARE Peer Mentor, please send a copy of your resume and a letter of recommendation to and complete an application form. Clickhere: Peer mentor form.

Join us as CARE Personal Mentor

Thank you for visiting our website. The CARE Program was developed in partnership with Stockton faculty, Office of Academic Advising, Office of Student Rights and Responsibilities, Counseling and Health Services, Career Center, Tutoring Center and the Educational Opportunity Fund Program. This program aims to help students navigate and maximize the benefits of various academic and student life resources available at Stockton. A major component of this program is individualized mentoring by Stockton faculty and staff, and we welcome the active participation and support of all members of our community.


We encourage Stockton faculty and staff to join the Program as CARE Personal Mentors. Please review the duties and responsibilities of a CARE Personal Mentor found below.

  • Assist in the development of skills necessary for the mentee to succeed at Stockton.
  • Monitor academic performance of the assigned mentee.
  • Evaluate and document experiences of the assigned mentee using the Mentee Update form.
  • Assist the assigned mentee in developing realistic career/academic goals and expectations.
  • Provide leadership to enhance the mentee's adaptation and integration at Stockton.
  • Ensure that assigned mentees are informed of Stockton's academic calendar.
  • Ensure that assigned mentees are informed of Stockton's support services.


Meetings between mentors and mentees should be held at least once a month and weekly communications initiated by mentees are strongly encouraged. Weekly communications through Facebook, Twitter, texting, email or by phone are all acceptable.

Join the CARE Program now by completing an application form:click here.