I have worked at Harvard for almost 14 years and have been the Assistant to the Masters for 12 of those. It is safe to say that I probably have one the best jobs at Harvard. I meet the students as freshmen when they get their housing assignments on that famous Thursday in March and then I see them three years later walking across the terrace to receive their diplomas, and not to mention all the great things in between. While working at Eliot House I have met some great people, made lasting friendships and have planned many functions. I live in Dedham with my husband, Carl. I am a proud parent of three children and two grandchildren. I am here to help you with any housing questions or concerns, reserving a room, or if you just want to chat. My office is located on the second floor of N entryway and is always open.
Assistant to the Resident Dean
Greetings Eliot House! I am delighted to have joined the Eliot community July 2011 as the Assistant to the Resident Dean. I am here to assist you with any academic or advising questions you may have.
I have lived in the Boston area since I was thirteen, spent my elementary school days in Maryland (right outside of Washington DC), and was born in Argentina. When I was a year-old, my parents came to the USA to pursue their graduate degrees; the plan was to stay only one year – obviously that didn’t happen! Most of my family lives in Argentina and so I try to go back every year to visit them and be teased about my gringa accent. I graduated from Northeastern University in 2008 with a Bachelor of Arts in Communication Studies, and minors in Spanish and Political Science. Since graduation I have worked in the fields of nonprofit and higher education administration, which a focus on youth programs and community outreach. I love sports and being active outside, traveling, spontaneous trips, seeing local bands at small dives, warm weather, chocolate-chip cookies, and making people laugh. I am extremely anxious to meet all of you, so please come by and introduce yourself!