Meet the Staff
Loretto Hall Staff
Kimberley is a senior developmental psychology major with a minor in theatre arts. She was born and raised in Salem, MA, but has come to call Boston home over these past 3 years. On top of all things Residence Life, Kimberley is involved with EC Dance Marathon, choreographs for both Emmanuel College theatre and MCPHS theatre, and is heavily involved in the COF Dance Project. Kimberley is thrilled to be returning to Lorreto Hall for her senior year and can't wait to finish her time at EC where it all started. You will always see Kimberley dancing around campus and drinking coffee, but always feel free to say hi!Back to Top
Gianna Gambardella hails from North Providence Rhode Island. This is her second year as a Resident Assistant, and her first time living in Loretto. Her major is Counseling Psychology. Besides serving as an RA, Gianna is involved in For Good Measure, Emmanuel's all female accapella group, and works as a research assistant in a psychology lab. This year will be Gianna's first time working with First Year Students and she couldn't be more excited!Back to Top
Allie Bleier is from Wilmington Mass and she is studying Sociology. This is her first year being a Resident Assistant and her first year living in Loretto Hall. She loves being involved on campus and is on the executive board of Campus Activities and Student Events, and is involved in the L.E.A.D.E.R.S. program, and Emmanuel College's Curriculum Committee. Although she is spending six weeks this summer studying in London, she is looking forward to coming back in the fall and starting her new RA position and meeting the new residents of Loretto.Back to Top
Nicholas BuonoNicholas Buono is from West Boylston, Mass. This is his second year as a Resident Assistant and his first year living on the second floor of Loretto Hall. Nick is currently working towards a Bachelor's degree in Accounting along with a minor in the Spanish language. On campus, Nick is involved in E.C.C.O, Campus Ministry lecturing as well as leading retreats, ODK and C.O.F intramurals. One of Nick's favorite quotes is "Be who you are and say what you feel because those who mind don't matter and those who matter don't mind."- Dr. SeussBack to Top
Grant Kuehl is from Springfield, Mass. This is his first year as a Resident Assistant and his second year living on the legendary second floor of Loretto Hall. His intended major is Elementary Education with a concentration in Special Education. On campus, Grant is involved in several clubs and organizations including EC Acapella, EC Theatre Guild, and Campus Ministry. Other positions he olds on campus include being an Orientation Leader. Keeping his dorm room door open during the first few weeks of the year eased his transition into his first year at Emmanuel and allowed him to meet new people really quickly.
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Kayla Quigley is Junior this year, studying Performing Arts and Gender Studies. Hailing from the bustling town of Pawtucket, Rhode Island she is excited to be back in Boston as a second year RA in Loretto Hall. She is the President of Emmanuel's LBGTQA club "OUTspoken", Manager of the Jean Yawkey Center, and the Italian Language Peer Tutor.
Being an RA has helped further in on-campus involvement and truly get to know and fully experience what the Emmanuel community has to offer.
Lauren Stafford is from Milton Massachusetts. She is a first year Resident Assistant on the third floor of Loretto. Her intended majors are secondary education and english literature. She is "super stoked" about her first year as a Resident Assistant and is excited to become more involved on campus.Back to Top
Rochelle St. Onge
Rochelle St. Onge is a first year Resident Assistant from Taunton, Massachusetts. Her intended major is Biology with a concentration in health sciences with a minor in psychology. Rochelle enjoys being apart of the Leadership Academy, helping with the Emmanuel College Dance Marathon, and cheering on the Emmanuel Saints. She is also a member of the Biology Honor Society. Rochelle's favorite part of Boston is the North End and loves visiting Fanuil Hall and hitting up Mike's Pastry.Back to Top
Eveliny Pina is not far from home at EC being that she grew up right here in the city Boston. This is her first year as a Resident Assistant and her first year living in Loretto. Her major is Sociology with a concentration in social inequality and social justice. She serves as secretary for Spark the Truth and she is an active member of the Black Student Union. Eveliny also works for the front desk of Julie Hall and this will be her second year there. If you need tips on places to explore in Boston she's your girlBack to Top