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Susan Chudd

Director, Office of Student Leadership and Activities

Susan came to Simmons College in July 2005 after completing her Masters in Higher Education at Boston College. Originally from New Jersey, she completed a BFA in Music Performance on the Double Bass and a BS in Psychology at Carnegie Mellon University in Pittsburgh. Susan coordinates Undergraduate Orientation and leadership programs, including the Emerging Leaders Program. She also advises the Student Government Association, the Microcosm Yearbook, and the Senior Class. Outside of OSLA, Susan enjoys playing the double bass in the Wellesley Symphony Orchestra, rock-climbing, and has an unfettered passion for Diet Coke.

Tia Miller

Assistant Director of Student Leadership and Activities

Tia Miller came to Simmons in July of 2010. Prior to joining the Simmons staff, Tia worked for Stonehill University, and received her Masters from Suffolk University in Boston.  Tia advises the Campus Activities Board the Class of 2016 class council, and works with Weekend Programming, Family and Friends Weekend, and Shark Week.

Corey Zohlman

Program Coordinator, Office of Student Leadership and Activities
Resident Director, Arnold Hall

Corey Zohlman came to Simmons in July of 2012 as the Program Coordinator for OSLA. Prior to joining the Simmons staff, Corey worked for Princeton University as the Assistant Director of the Frist Campus Center. He has also worked at Wesleyan University in both Student Activities and Campus Center Operations and Central Connecticut State University in Academic Advising where he earned his B.A. in Psychology and his M.S. in Counseling with a concentration in Student Development in Higher Education. In his free time he likes to explore new cuisines, go to the beach, play trivia competitively, ride his bike, shop and travel to the Caribbean.

Adam Gray

Residence Director, Morse Hall

Adam graduated from Western New England University where he received his B.A. in History and Spanish. While at Western New England University he worked as a Resident Advisor for three years and in the Office of Learning Beyond the Classroom for four years. Adam was also a part of multiple organizations such as National Residence Hall Honorary, Gay-Straight Alliance, and 4-H. He enjoys riding his horses and spending time with friends when he is not working or studying. He will be attending Northeastern University this year as a part of the Masters program in College Student Development and Counseling.